SQL Community, Twitter, and Hashtags

October 20, 2011
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I’ve been working with the Microsoft SQL Server BI stack since late 2000. When I started with SQL Server, my “community” consisted of my co-workers, my clients, and me. As communities go, it was a great community to be in. In 2001, our small boutique consulting company EssPro, founded by Mike Luckevitch, merged with another […]

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SQLU SSAS Week: Cube Deployment 101

May 17, 2011

This is the fifth and final post for SSAS week at SQL University. If you’re just joining the class, you should review the previous lessons first: Why Do I Need a Cube & How Do I Get Started Dimension Design 101 Cube Construction 101 Cube Enhancements 101 Today, I’ll show you how to secure access […]

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SQLU SSAS Week: Cube Enhancements 101

May 15, 2011

This is the fourth post for SSAS week at SQL University. Here’s the coursework so far: Why Do I Need a Cube & How Do I Get Started Dimension Design 101 Cube Construction 101 In today’s post, I will show how you to correct problems that you discover in dimensions after you deploy the database […]

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SQLU SSAS Week: Cube Construction 101

May 12, 2011

This is the third post for SSAS week at SQL University. If you’re just joining the class, refer to Why Do I Need a Cube & How Do I Get Started and Dimension Design 101 to get caught up.  At this point, my expectation is that you have an Analysis Services project with at least […]

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SQLU SSAS Week: Dimension Design 101

May 11, 2011

This is the second post for SSAS week at SQL University. If you’re just joining the class, go back to the first post, Why Do I Need a Cube & How Do I Get Started, to get your bearings and get your environment ready, and then join me back here.  Today, I’ll walk you through […]

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