SSIS Classroom Training – Boston and Denver

For those looking for classroom training in SSIS, I’ve got an exciting announcement: I have a brand new course entitled “Building Better SSIS Packages” which I’ll be delivering in Denver and Boston this fall. Here’s a brief into to this course:

There’s nothing magical about building rock-solid SSIS packages, but it does take some discipline, experience, and a library of best practices. That is exactly the aim of this course: to demonstrate a set of proven practices that help frame the development of enterprise-ready SSIS packages.

In this full-day presentation, we will walk through each of these five facets of well-built packages, discussing and then demonstrating ways of applying these practices to design better SSIS packages.

I’ll be teaching this course in Denver, Colorado on Friday, September 18th, and again in Boston, Massachusetts on Friday, October 16th. Registration is open for both courses.

Presenting at SQL Saturday in Richmond, VA

This weekend I’ll be traveling to Richmond, Virginia to present at SQL Saturday.  On Friday, March 20th, I will present a full-day session entitled “Real World SSIS: A Survival Guide.” On Saturday, I will share some data cleansing tips in a one-hour session entitled “Dealing with Dirty Data with SQL Server and SSIS.

Registration for the SQL Saturday event is still open. There is still some space available for my full-day session on Friday, but it’s filling up quickly.