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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,

April

14

BIG PASS Community Monthly Meeting - Rob Hatton

  • In-Person @ 25521 Commercentre Dr. Lake Forest, California, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 20:30 Pacific Daylight Time
  • Language: English

We are really looking forward to our next meeting. I hope you are too. If you can make it, please RSVP here.

Agenda

6:30 PM - Networking. Feel free to bring your dinner and join us for some great conversation. 

7:00 PM - Announcements

7:15 PM - Rob Hatton (In Person)

8:30 PM - Raffle and wrap up

8:45 PM - Networking at Los Cabos Cantina

You do not need to bring a paper ticket to the event. The registration is to obtain a head count for the size of the room and for how much food needs to be purchased. Please un-register by Wednesday if you know that you won't be able to make it. Thank you.

Abstracts below
 
Please contact Mickey Stuewe if you have any questions.

Featured Presentation:

Managing Hierarchical Data

Rob Hatton, Data Architect ARI Network Services

Managing hierarchical data (such as Budgets, Bills of Material, or Organization Charts) can be a real challenge in a relational database. This presentation will feature a design pattern that makes it seem almost simple. We'll see a database schema that is flexible and efficient. We'll also take some time to discuss common design mistakes. Finally we’ll review a recursive CTE that will allow you to traverse large hierarchies with surprising speed!

About Rob:
Rob Hatton is the author of the Business Intelligence Team Handbook. Rob is also a past president of the PASS Business Intelligence User Group here in Tampa. He is a veteran B.I. developer with more than 30 years of database experience and dozens of successful B.I. project deployments.

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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