Determining whether multidimensional or tabular is the optimal solution for your organization is a key step when working with SQL Server Analysis Services 2012/2014/2016. During last week’s free webinar, our Senior Consultant Alan Faulkner introduced the common pitfalls with each solution and how to avoid them. He also highlighted new features of SQL Server Analysis Services 2016 and how they play a role in deciding the best solution to use.
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Hi everyone! We recently hosted a free webinar on whether you should use Power BI, SSRS 2016 or both. It was a great session with nearly 1,000 attendees! Because of the large number of attendees, there were many questions that we did not get to during the session. Below are all the questions that were asked during the session:
We are really excited about our July webinar lineup. Several of the awesome folks at Microsoft have signed up to host some amazing sessions, you might even recognize some of the names as being past Pragmatic Works employees. The topics in July cover SQL Server 2016, Power BI and Azure. So if you ever wanted some behind the scenes information on these topics, check out our July webinars!
Here at Pragmatic Works, we've been looking forward to the release of SQL Server 2016. To show you all the new features we're excited about, we've dedicated an entire month of free training to SQL Server 2016. These session are being hosted by industry experts and Microsoft MVPs. They've spent time working with previews of SQL Server 2016 and are excited to show you what they've discovered.
It’s no secret that it’s a critical time for women in the tech space. In 2015, women still only make up just over a quarter (26.5%) of tech jobs in the U.S. While industry wide the numbers are, shall we say, disappointing…according to a new report from SmartAsset, there are cities that are showing positive trends of narrowing the gender gap. In fact, our home city of Jacksonville, FL was listed as a city where the gender gap is shrinking with 30.3% of tech jobs in our area are filled by women. How does your city rank?