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PASS 2009 Session Evaluation

Following the other speakers I’m publishing my session evaluation. I got 42 evaluations out of a hundred attendees. My session was on Instrumenting, Monitoring and Auditing of SSIS ETL Solutions.

Not bad, I’m happy with that for this first time:

How would you rate the usefulness of the session information in your day-to-day environment?   
4,21    

How would you rate the Speaker's presentation skills?   
4,23

How would you rate the Speaker's knowledge of the subject?   
4,77   

How would you rate the accuracy of the session title, description, and experience level to the actual session?   
4,40   

How would you rate the amount of time allocated to cover the topic/session?   
4,33

How would you rate the quality of the presentation materials?
4,35

Feeback:
Very enthusiastic presenter - a real delight to listen to and he knows his material!

Published Saturday, January 16, 2010 1:30 PM by Davide Mauri
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About Davide Mauri

Director of Software Development & Cloud Infrastructure @ Sensoria, an innovative smart garments and wearable company. After more than 15 year playing with the Microsoft Data Platform, with a specific focus on High Performance databases, Business Intelligence, Data Science and Data Architectures, he's now applying all his skills to IoT, defining architectures to crunch numbers, create nice user experiences and provide meaningful insights, all leveraging Microsoft Azure cloud. MVP on Data Platform since 2006 he has a very strong background development and love both the ER model and OO principles. He is also a fan of Agile Methodology and Automation, which he tries to apply everywhere he can, to make sure that "people think, machines do".

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