Hi all! Many thanks for joining me at the SQL Server 2012 what’s new session at Philly Code Camp this past Saturday in Abington, PA at the beautiful Penn State campus! Here is the Slideshare link to the slides that I used to walk you through the new features: http://www.slideshare.net/kromerm/whats-new-in-sql-server-2012-for-philly-code-camp-20121. Enjoy! Br, Mark
Many thanks to all who came out on a beautiful spring Saturday here in Philly for the 1st of 2 Code Camps in 2011!
First – many special thanks to Bill Wolff and the gang @ the Philly.NET user group. What a tremendous job these guys do and the work that they put into the UG and Code Camp is amazing.
Second – Here is the link to my presentation on Microsoft BI data visualizations. There are links embedded in the slides that also point you to some of the demos that I showed around the Data Connector for GIS visualizations, PivotViewer for sorting through large data sets and Silverlight binding.
Here are a few more links to help with the demos and code that we reviewed yesterday:
- Using ADOMD to connect to MDX data sources like SSAS
- Here is the Silverlight 1.0 pie control that I demo’d which you will want to upgrade for Silverlight 4.0 and modify for your own needs in Expression Blend
- The 3rd party vendors to look @ for the Silverlight controls to include in your solution that I mentioned are Telerik, Infragistics, ComponentOne, Neudesic and Visifire
- My blog for using cloud and mobile BI is part of a series that I am running in SQL Magazine’s BI Blog
You can use the comments section if you have further questions or would like more material. Thanks! Mark
Here’s the sign-up for Philly Code Camp October: http://phillydotnet20101009.eventbrite.com.
I have a session on PowerPivot in the SQL Server track, so don’t miss it!
I hope to see you there! Best, Mark