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Posts by Liz Hamilton

Webinar Follow-Up: Dynamic SSRS Reports Using T-SQL & MDX

Posted Jul 24, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: David Siska

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SSRS Training Session Questions

We got a couple of questions during the Dynamic SSRS Reports presentation that I didn't have time to address during our typical end of sessions Q/A time. Those questions and answers to them are below.

Webinar Follow-Up: What's New In SSIS 2012 & 2014

Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Instructor: Kathi Kellenberger

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Q:  Can we develop SSIS packages using SSMS or do we have to use SSDT?
A: You must use SSDT. That makes sense; it is a development tool!

Webinar Follow-Up: SSIS Tales From the Road

Posted Jun 17, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: Anthony Martin

SQL Server Integration Services is a versatile tool that makes it easy to move and transform data. Sometimes unusual situations present themselves that leave developers scratching their heads. In this webinar,  Anthony will demonstrate how to handle some of these oddball challenges.

Pragmatic Works is Named as a Best Place to Work in 2014 by the Jacksonville Business Journal

Posted Jun 09, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Pragmatic Works has earned top-ranking as one of Jacksonville Business Journal’s 2014 Best Places to Work. Only companies qualifying by both employee participation in an anonymous survey and scoring in the top percentile are being recognized. Winning companies represent a wide spectrum of industries and the very best in the Northeast Florida business community.

“Pragmatic Works is proud to be named one of Jacksonville Business Journal’s 2014 Best Places to Work,” says Brian Knight, CEO of Pragmatic Works. “We strive to provide the best possible work environment for our employees and would not be a leader in our industry without them. Company culture is extremely important to us, and is something we go out of our way to emphasize and promote principles such as integrity,creativity and giving back to the community.”

Clay Chamber Names Pragmatic Works as the June 2014 Small Business of the Month

Posted Jun 06, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Pragmatic Works has been named the June 2014 Small Business of the Month by the Clay Chamber. Small Business of the Month winners are selected by Chamber staff and Ambassadors. Nominations are based on Chamber participation and leadership of the business in the community.

“The Clay Chamber is honored to recognize Pragmatic Works as our Small Business of the Month. They are a shining example of a small business putting together a great product and business plan, executing it flawlessly, reaching for the stars and landing on the stars, states Doug Conkey, President of the Clay County Chamber. “Their reach is truly global and in turn has allowed them to help businesses reach their goals. This success also allows Pragmatic Works to help others in need of training through its foundation. The Clay County business community is truly inspired by the example set by Pragmatic Works.”

Pragmatic Works Invests in its Own Analytics Platform System

Posted Jun 05, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

In May of 2014, Pragmatic Works announced that they partnered with Arrow Software to procure their own Analytics Platform System (APS). This makes Pragmatic Works capable of doing Proof of Concepts, Architectural Design Sessions and hands on demos for any clients interested in upgrading their current data warehouse environment.

Webinar Follow-Up: 5 SQL Server Indexing Myths

Posted May 29, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: Jason Strate

There are many "best practices" around that help people decide how to index databases. Having these practices can help alleviate the time that it takes to design an indexing strategy for a database. These practices can be of great use, except when they are wrong. Join us in this session, as we discuss some common myths associated with indexes and then dive into the myths to demonstrate how they can be debunked. At the end of the session, you'll know a few more things about indexes and leave armed with scripts that can help you debunk these myths on your own.

Webinar Follow-Up: Leveraging Cloud for the Modern SQL Developer

Posted May 28, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: Jason Strate

In the past, developing a database was a simple affair where you built and deployed the database for a server down the hall in your datacenter, or in some cases to a server under someone's desk. While those good ole days were a much more simple time, they were quite limiting in how a database could be deployed and there were much fewer options for ensuring stability and performance. Today, SQL Developers have many more options for deployment including the services provided through Windows Azure. In this session, we'll dive into what you need to know to start developing databases with Windows Azure and discuss the value that cloud delivery can provide to your database development.

Webinar Follow Up: Getting Started with Windows Azure and SQL Databases

Posted May 27, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: Jason Strate

The Microsoft Windows Azure platform provides service-based offerings for your data needs. These include services from file storage to SQL databases that are scalable to your specific needs. Regardless of the size of your data platform, Windows Azure has options that fit to your business needs. In this session, we'll discuss the Windows Azure platform and discuss how the SQL Database and other services enhance and extend your data platform. By session end, you'll understand how Windows Azure is able to fit into your environment and be ready to start using Windows Azure.


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