Este jueves tendremos la reunión mensual de PRPASS cerrando el 2010 con un par de temas que abrirán el 2011 . Los que estén en Puerto Rico, no pueden faltar, los detalles del evento son los siguientes:
T-SQL in SQL Server “Denali” and Access Services in SharePoint 2010
Puerto Rico PASS invites you to come and join the SQL Professional Community to find out best practices for SQL Server and Sharepoint.
WHEN: Thursday, December 9th, 2010 (Registration begins at 6:00 PM)
Microsoft Puerto Rico (Click for a map)
Metro Office Park
Street 1, Building 18, Suite 5000
Guaynabo, PR 00968
What's new in T-SQL in SQL Server vNext (Denali)
Few weeks ago at the PASS Summit 2010, the SQL Server Team announced the new version of SQL Server code-named SQL Server “Denali“. That same day, Microsoft made available the first public version of SQL Server Denali (CTP1), which is expected to be released on the second half of 2011 with several new capabilities and improvements. In this session we will walk through the new T-SQL-related features that are being delivered in this new version of SQL Server.
Speaker: Guillermo Caicedo
Consultant | Nagnoi, Inc.
Speaker Profile: Mr. Guillermo Caicedo is an active member and alumni of the Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS) and PRPASS. He has more than three years of experience as a database and applications developer in the healthcare industry, specifically within the pharmacy benefits management processes, regulations and standards. Other experience includes Data Warehousing implementations, ETL development using SQL Server Integration Services, metadata modeling and reporting using SQL Server Analysis Services, IBM Cognos and SQL Reporting Services, respectively. Mr. Caicedo has also extensive experience developing web-based and mobile solutions.
Managing Access Databases with Sharepoint
Audience: IT Professionals / Developers
Access applications are commonly used in thousands of organization around the world. They provide rapid application development capabilities for technical and non-technical users. Issues arise when these applications are managed independently and no backup or security procedures are established.
Have you ever heard ...
• My hard drive died. I've lost really important data that we need to close a deal. Can you help me?
• Yes. The database has customer information in it. No. What do you mean by "permissions"?
• Our sales figures don't match the other departments. We have two copies of the database.
Learn how Access 2010 and Access Services enable organizations to provide better oversight and management of Access applications.
Speaker: José Rivera
Consultant | Nagnoi, Inc.
MCITP Business Intelligence Developer 2005, 2008
MCTS PerformancePoint, Sharepoint 2007 , Sharepoint 2010
Speaker Profile: Mr. José Rivera has more than 10 years of work experience in Information Technology. Currently, he is working on a Data Warehouse project for a retail chain, using Business Intelligece for Forecasting Sales and Purchases for their chain of stores, as well as using PowerPivot to expeditiously increase financial visibility at a large healthcare provider. Other experience includes the development of applications for the public sector, database integration for Web solutions, and the development and maintenance of Microsoft ERP Systems (Solomon). Mr. Rivera is certified as Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) in Business Intelligence and Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in PerformancePoint and Sharepoint. Visit his blog at http://joetechramblings.wordpress.com.