June 2011 S3OLV Meeting

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Published on: June 6, 2011

It’s Grillin’ Time

OK, so we won’t be grilling inside the meeting – or even at the meeting.  But it sure sounds good.  There will likely be Pizza and drinks.

For any who are interested, The S3OLV meeting will be held this Thursday June 9 at 18h30 PDT.

This month Charley Jones will be test driving a new presentation.  He has been working feverishly to learn about cubes and how to create them.  He will be teaching us this month how to do this from the mind-set of an OLTP DBA in his presentation titled “OLTP Moving to OLAP.”  I think this will be a great opportunity for those of us who are weak or strong in OLAP to learn a bit and see how this transition may make sense from an OLTP perspective.

Come join the fray at the Learning Center.  At this point there will not be a LiveMeeting for this meeting unless I get enough feedback requesting it.  It would be nice to know there is a continued interest in having these meetings be available virtually.  And, thus that is really the only reason at this point.  If there is continued interest, I will create a LiveMeeting and share the information for the Livemeeting.

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