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In real estate there’s an old saying: the three most important things about any property are location, location, and location. Yeah, I know, I find it pretty silly too. But redundancy aside, that saying goes a long way to emphasis that a property’s true value really comes down ...
Colin Stasiuk asked a great question: Why are you going to the PASS Summit? But, more importantly, Colin hits on the all important question: how do you decide which sessions to attend? This is going to be my second PASS Summit, so I’m not an expert on picking sessions ...
So we’re about 5 months out from the PASS Summit in Seattle and now that all the community, spotlight and pre-post conference sessions are announced (Congrats to everyone who made the cut!!!) I’m starting to look at how I want to approach the summit and my personal agenda ...
If you’ve been looking for some free training on SQL Server Integration Services, I’ve got the answer for you. The details are below and you can register for the event here. Course Overview ITCare, delivered and hosted quarterly by our Partners is designed to keep you up to ...
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