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Free SQL Server Community May 2011 Training

Posted by denglishbi on April 29, 2011

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Head over to Pragmatic Works site and take a look at all of the training that is available in May – free training on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. EST.  image

  • May 3, Chris Webb – Fun with Scoped Assignments in MDX 
  • May 5, Tom Lannen – Intro to Data Mining: Your Guide to Fantasy Baseball Season 
  • May 10, Brian Knight – Introduction to PowerPivot 
  • May 12, Tom Lannen – Data Mining with Excel: Fantasy Baseball Made Easier 
  • May 17, Veronique Palmer – New Web Parts in Foundation 
  • May 19, Mark Stacey – Using PerformancePoint and Reporting Services to create an interactive dashboard 
  • May 24, Shawn Harrison – Introduction to Report Builder 3.0 
  • May 26, Mike Davis – Using Parameters in SQL Server Reporting Services

If you miss a session they record them and you can check them out later on-demand in the webinar resource area.

They already have the line up going for June as well, so if you want to plan ahead you are all set.  Just remember the disclaimer that the speakers are subject to change, so always check back to see what is going on.

So what are you waiting for, get registered for one of these spectacular webinars today – Webinar Registration.

Don’t forget, you can stay up-to-date on the training events through the PWFreeTraining twitter account as well.

Enjoy!

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