Posted on March 17, 2013 by Jose Chinchilla aka SQLJoe
This past Saturday March 16th, I had the opportunity to speak once again the .Net Orlando Code Camp. I presented a session under the SQL Server track titled “Change Data Capture, a developer’s best unknown friend”. I had better than expected turn-out with about 20 attendees and overall very good participation.
I was glad to hear from more than one attendee that they were planning to use Change Data Capture in their environment and best of all to get rid of triggers!
I had the opportunity to catch-up with some of my friends and fellow SQL-ers from PASS. Also, met some new folks from the App/Dev community. These type of events are always great to expand your network, share your knowledge and learn something new!
Thanks to the organizers, sponsors, volunteers and attendees to make this event a success and for having me once more.
You can download my PowerPoint presentation and demo files at: http://sdrv.ms/15UUX64
Filed under: Change Data Capture, Code Camp, Data Warehouse, ETL, How to, SQL PASS | Tagged: #sqlserver, 2008, CDC, Change Data Capture, code camp, community, ETL, extract, incremental loads, load, SQL, sqlpass, sqlsaturday | Leave a comment »
Posted on October 20, 2011 by Jose Chinchilla aka SQLJoe
Gracias a lo asistentes de mi charla Todo lo que debes saber sobre SSIS en 1 hora! en el evento 24HOP LATAM. La verdad me agrado mucho presentar en espanol. Aun cuando mi primera lengua es espanol, todas las presentaciones tecnicas en el pasado las he realizado en ingles.
Si deseas ver la presentacion PowerPoint puedes bajarla dando click en la imagen a continuacion.
Tambien puedes bajar el proyecto que utilize en mi presentacion dando click en la imagen a continuacion. Nota: Solo podras utilizar la base de datos y proyecto en SQL Server Denali, no servira en SQL Server 2008 o 2005.
Filed under: Business Intelligence, CTP3, Denali, Espanol, ETL, How to, SQL PASS, SQL PASS LATAM, SQL Server, SSIS, T-SQL | Tagged: #sqlserver, business intelligence, CTP3, data warehouse, ETL, extract, incremental loads, load, Server, session, SQL, sqlpass, SSIS, transform | Leave a comment »
Posted on January 10, 2011 by Jose Chinchilla aka SQLJoe
As I announced on my 2000-2010 a Decade in Retrospect blog post I have joined the ranks at Pragmatic Works and started my first day today. I’m excited to join such a great professional team, full of experts in the SQL Server and Business Intelligence field. There is no waste of time here. Lots of engagements from the get go. Less than an hour at work, I got in my first brainstorming session. An hour later I have been assigned to two client engagements I will be involved with during the next few weeks. I will also be involved with the Virtual Mentoring services. If you have purchased Virtual Mentoring hours from us, I might be giving you a call soon!
The atmosphere here at the new offices is laid-back and you can feel a sense of teamwork from all of the guys. If you are looking to make a career move, Pragmatic Works is your best choice. Lots of expansion going on, great carer opportunities and lots of expertise in-house to tap into.
Filed under: Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, ETL, Professional Development, SQL PASS, SQL Server, SSAS, SSIS, SSRS, Tampa BI User Group | Tagged: 2005, 2008, analysis services, business intelligence, career, career advice, data warehouse, dba, ETL, extract, mdx, SQL, sqlpass, sqlsaturday, ssas, SSIS | 2 Comments »