Category Archives: Data Mining

Just One More Reason to Love SSIS

Alternate title for this post: "Is Sarah Palin BI?" But I didn’t want to go there, and I’m sure you appreciate that. But here in the US, the presidential election season is nearly over (just a few more days to … Continue reading

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One More Reason to Attend

I’ve posted a few times already[1] about the SSWUG Business Intelligence vConference that I have been helping to organize. Well, the conference is now less than a month away, and there is more news to share: We’re giving away a … Continue reading

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Check Out This Lineup!

I’ve posted before about the Business Intelligence Virtual Conference I’m helping to organize. Even though I have not had much to say about this exciting event in the last few weeks, this doesn’t mean that I haven’t been feverishly busy … Continue reading

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Iron Architect, Here I Come!

I received an email last night informing me that the judges for the Iron Architect contest liked my submission enough to declare me a finalist, and invite me to present and defend my proposal tonight here at TechEd. So… if … Continue reading

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Data-Mining Goes Mainstream

You know that a given technology field is “going mainstream” when it starts to get moderately intelligent coverage from the non-technology mainstream press. So when I saw today an article titled “Reaping Results: Data-Mining Goes Mainstream” in the “Your Money” … Continue reading

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