Did you attend PASS Summit and miss out on some sessions because there were so many or you were busy networking? Good news! The recordings are now available for free to watch streaming for all those who attended the conference now here.
If you weren’t an attendee you can still watch the sessions for a small price here. Enjoy the great content!
Join me next week for a really fun presentation on building Dynamic SSRS reports using Analysis Services cubes as a data source. This webinar will demonstrate how you can use one of the underutilized features of Analysis Services called Dynamic Management Views.
Creating Reporting Services reports that use Analysis Services as a data source can frustrating. You designed a cube so it can be more flexible for users but Reporting Services is static by nature. This session will walk you through building dynamic datasets that will allow users to change the fields represented in a SSRS report. No longer will Reporting Services be a static reporting tool because your users will have the flexibility to change report metadata dynamically using parameters and Dynamic Management Views (DMV).
Tomorrow Brian Knight and I will kick off 24 hours of PASS with a session on Choosing a Microsoft Reporting Platform. I hope you’re able to join use and indulge in the all day learnathon that PASS is putting on with great list of amazing speakers.
If you’ve never attended 24 hours of PASS I encourage you to check out as many sessions as possible!
From the PASS website:
24 Back-to-back Hours of Free SQL Server Training! Get your learning on – indulge in free online SQL Server training with the upcoming 24 Hours of PASS Summit Preview event on September 20, 2012. Join SQL Server experts as they take to the virtual stage with in-depth sessions on the hottest SQL Server topics over 24 consecutive (and free!) technical webcasts. No matter where you are in the world, you’ll gain access to best SQL Server training, delivered to your computer.
Many of you have attended sessions by technical speakers at conferences and mini-conferences like SQL Saturday, SQL Rally, 24 Hours of PASS, PASS Summit and many other non-PASS affiliated conference.
You all have different reasons for attending a particular session so I thought it would be interesting to take a poll on what your number one reason for attending a session is. Obviously, you may at times use all of these reasons but i’m curious what your top reason for choosing to attend a session is. Feel free to leave a comment if it appears I’ve left off (I didn’t want a 15 option poll) a big reason for you. I’ll reveal the results next month!