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Power BI, SSRS 2016 or Both? Questions Answered!

Posted Nov 08, 2016 by Pragmatic Works

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:

Announcing the Release of Our High Availability Course!

Posted Oct 13, 2016 by Pragmatic Works

Today we released a new course called SQL Server High Availability! This course has been designed so you have the tools you need when something goes wrong with your SQL Server.

Expand Your Reporting Skills with Our New SSRS Mobile Reports Course!

Posted Sep 15, 2016 by Pragmatic Works

This week, we released a new course called Mobile Reports and Dashboards with SSRS 2016! This course is roughly 7-hours in length and is focused on showing off the dashboarding and mobile reporting capabilities of Reporting Services 2016.

What's New in SSRS for SQL Server 2016: Part 1

Posted Apr 08, 2016 by Kathy Vick

Hi all! Yes, it's been a while since I've blogged, but I have a great new subject to talk about. Last week, I struggled through a cold to deliver a webinar on SSRS 2016, and the new existing features coming with this new release. As a follow up to the webinar, I wanted to blog and answer many of the questions that I didn't have a chance to answer during the webinar.

Creating SSRS Reports Efficiently Through Best Practices

Posted Mar 20, 2015 by Mickey Stuewe

On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, I had the privilege of speaking for Pragmatic Works. For the month of March, they are highlighting Women in Tech and have the whole month lined up with female speakers for every Tuesday and Thursday at 11am ET. 

Flashback Friday – SSRS, I don’t know where to begin!

Posted Jan 30, 2015 by Tammye Michau

Getting Started With SSRS 2012

What is SSRS? It almost sounds like a song from the Beatles but it’s not. If you are new to reporting, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) can look complicated. You will find in this video that it’s actually one of the easiest pieces of the BI stack to learn. SSRS 2012 has made some substantial improvements which are covered in this webinar.

Naughty or Nice? Be Nice & Help Us Support Seamark Ranch!

Posted Dec 22, 2014 by Brian Knight

Promo Code: NEWYEAR

Pragmatic Works is offering $200 off any virtual training class purchased by January 15, 2015 when you use the promo code NEWYEAR at checkout. Additionally, if you book your virtual training class by December 31, 2014, Pragmatic Works will donate $50 to Seamark Ranch for every class puchased.

Writing Parametrized MDX for Reporting Services

Posted Aug 15, 2014 by Devin Knight

By: Devin Knight

Click here to view Devin's blog.

Writing MDX inside of Reporting Services has been the nemesis for many report writers for far too long.  If all you need is the Query Designer to create a drag and drop datasets then it’s a piece of cake, but have you ever wondered what’s going on with all the MDX that the Query Designer creates.  Or how about how do the parameters work that it creates inside MDX.  I’ve heard many report writers that use Analysis Services as a data source (including myself) say it is too difficult to create parameters and that’s why they use the Query Designer.

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

Posted Jul 24, 2014 by Liz Hamilton

Presenter: David Siska

Click here to watch the full webinar.

Click here to view David's blog.


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.

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