Today's post is from Simon Sabin who will be presenting "Advanced Reporting Services". You can read more about his session here: http://www.sqlpass.org/summit/2011/Speakers/CallForSpeakers/SessionDetail.aspx?sid=1659.
Is there an audience that would benefit especially from this session?
Are any of these familiar
- You’ve been asked to make your reports more interactive.
- You’ve got 100 reports to develop and you want to avoid doing the same thing 100 times.
- You’ve got a system that is used by 200 clients how can you use reporting services to deliver reports for them securely.
- You’ve seen crescent and would like some of that goodness.
- You know reporting services can do more but you just don’t know how.
- You’ve been sitting at your desk and you’ve got no hair left because you’ve been trying to get reporting services to do something that looks easy.
If any of them are familiar then you need to attend the advanced reporting services precon at SQL PASS
After having attended your seminar, what are two or three things that an attendee will be able to take back to the office and put to use right away?
After attending you will know how to tackle the common problems that on the surface look easy but in practice are very difficult. Like how do you combine data from different sources, how do you display parent child data, how do you add interactivity to your report.
Not only will you learn how, but you will also learn why certain options are better than others. I’ve done the hard work figuring these things out so you don’t have to.
What background should attendees ideally have to be fully prepared for your seminar?
Before attending you should have some experience of reporting services. We will assume you know your way around management studio and BIDS. Some knowledge of VB.Net would be helpful but we will be covering that at a fairly basic level.
What experience are you, as a speaker, bringing to this session?
I’ve got 14 years experience with SQL Server and have worked with reporting services from its first incarnation with SQL Server 2000. I’ve worked on large installations with 100s of reports as well as hosted services where we had to deliver reports for individual clients.
I regularly teach companies on how to use SQL Server and Reporting Services and my experience means I know the pitfalls to avoid and the ways to work around some of the limitations of reporting services.
I’ve been and MVP for 6 years, I’m one of the founders of SQLBits and I am a Microsoft Certified Master in SQL Server 2008.
Go here to register for the 2011 PASS Summit.
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