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Welcome to BIG PASS Community

  • We meet at the Del Taco Headquarters in their training room on the ground floor  |  25521 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA 92630 
  • We start mingling around 6:30, start the presentation at 7:00 and head to Los Cabos Cantina for drinks around 8:30

March 8th

Anday Nakamura will be presenting: A Beginners Adventure into Reporting Services 2017 and PowerBI Reporting

April 12th

No Meeting as SQLSaturday Orange County at Golden West College in Huntington Beach is 2 days later on the 14th.  Check out the Pre-Cons on the 13th!

May 10th

Speaker and Topic to be announced soon.


Do you have any events to share? If you do, send them to Ted Stathakis.


 

Next Meeting

Thursday,

January

09

1st meeting for the Business Intelligence Group, a PASS Community

  • In-Person @ 25521 Commercentre Dr. Lake Forest, California, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 20:30 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

This will be the first meeting for the new User Group called Business Intelligence Group, a PASS Community (BIG PASS Community). We will be meeting the second Thursday of every month at QuickStart Intellegnce to talk about Business Intelligence topics using the Microsoft SQL Server Stack and other tools that use SQL Server. 

Pizza will be available at 6:30 pm and the presentation will start at 7:00 pm. Pizza is FREE this month. It is being sponsored by QuickStart Intelligence. 

At our first meeting we will have two topics. 

1. Mickey Stuewe will be presenting her session titled, "Best Practices for Efficient SSRS Report Creation". (Abstract below)

2. We will discuss as a group: topics we would like to have presented, the benifits of being part of the group, and we'll also discuss other activities we would like to do as a group. 

After the meeting, those who are interested will head over to The District for some additional networking and socializing. (This part is a non-sponsored event.)

Please contact Mickey Stuewe if you have any questions.

Featured Presentation:

Best Practices for Efficient SSRS Report Creation

Mickey Stuewe, Sr. Database Developer Quick Bridge Funding

You always have more report requests than you can possibly fulfill. Wouldn't it be great if you could speed up the generation of reports? Templates can streamline the life cycle of a report for the whole team. In this session, you'll learn how templates in your tool belt can help you efficiently gather requirements, quickly design mockups, and standardize the look and feel of your SSRS reports. Reports don't stop changing once they're released into production, and some reports are phased out over time. Wouldn't it be great to have a way to keep track of the changes a report takes on in production over time? We'll talk about how to keep track of change requests, how to analyze the utilization of existing reports, and how to track changes in users for the reports in production.

About Mickey:
Mickey Stuewe has been working with SQL Server since 6.5. That gives her over 20 years of experience. She has not only been a database developer, but also an application developer, even before Visual Studio existed. She is now thankful to be focusing on database design, t-SQL development, and query optimization. She also has a habit of enjoying SSIS and data warehouse design. She blogs regularly on her website mickeystuewe.com and contributes to sites such as SQL Server Central and SQL Server Pro. She enjoys presenting at PASS Summit, SQL Saturdays, User Groups and other events. When she is not immersed in SQL related activities, she enjoys action movies, art, reading, and laughing. She laughs loudly and often...just ask her children.

Upcoming Speakers

March 2018 - Andy Nakamura   |  SSRS 2017 and PowerBI

April 2018  - SQLSaturday on the 14th and pre-cons on the 13th

May 2018 - One of our SQLSaturday 2018 speakers!

June 2018 - You?!

If you would like to speak for us, please contact the chapter leader, Ted Stathakis.

 

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