Last night (very very late), I attended a live webcast delivered by Peter Myers on SSRS 2008. It was a great introduction to SSRS and the new (some quite refreshing) changes. I continue to be impressed by the power of tablix and of course the dundas charts.I am certainly looking forward to working more with SSRS 2008.
BTW: Jessica Moss and I are delivering a webcast on SSIS Intro next week, but I am more excited about some other upcoming webcasts being delivered by Greg Low, Randy Dyess, Sony Jose and Craig Utley. You can find out about these webcasts and also about the recordings here. Hope to catch you there next week.
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Rushabh is an Independent Consultant and a Business Intelligence Mentor for Solid Quality Mentors. He has been the lead architect for many large scale and complex Business Intelligence solutions for large enterprise clients such as Publix, Raymond James Financials, Jackson Hewitt, Checkers and most recently on a multi-terabyte Health Services solution for the US Department of Defense. Additionally, he has been a mentor for a large number of client such as Veterans Health Administration, Intuit, Zillow.com, Cymer, Navy Medical Center, Talbots, FM Global and Sunoco. Rushabh is also a BI trainer and has taught BI courses in countries around the world. Through his work experience, Rushabh has been instrumental in creating multiple best-practices in the implementation of the BI technologies. Rushabh also serves on the Board of The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) as the President. Rushabh is also a SQL Server MVP and a frequent speaker at large conferences as well as PASS Chapters around the world.