Shane on November 2nd, 2006

I didn’t get a chance to catch Michael Ault’s presentation at the recent TCOUG, but I heard it was a good talk. Thank you Michael for putting the slides online. SQL Tuning 101 Development Techniques for Data Warehouses

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Shane on November 2nd, 2006

The holy grail of a former .NET web developer is how to combine the techniques of agile and test-driven development with ETL tools and data volumes. Mark Rittman shows that he is a brother-in-arms with my quest.

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Shane on November 2nd, 2006

Rule number two of blogging is to title your posts after search terms people might use on Google. I’m sure this title will get a lot of traffic. (Rule number one, by the way, is to write a lot.) Anyway, Margy Ross and Ralph Kimball write an interesting article about interviewing customers during the analysis [...]

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Shane on October 12th, 2006

I went to a seminar on Oracle partitioning and data warehousing earlier this week call “Scaling to Infinity” by Tim Gorman. It gave me some new ideas, and reinforced some others, for where we should take our architecture at the U. Here are some notes that I will hopefully talk more about as I research [...]

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