The first Boston Business Intelligence Camp will held this Saturday from 8:30 to about 3:30 at the Microsoft Office in Waltham.  For those of you attending, Slava has posted the track schedule on the Boston Business Intelligence User Group site, and I’ve copied it below.  It looks like a fantastic set of topics with some great speakers.

 

MPR A MPR B MPR C EBC
8:30am - 9:00am

Registration and Breakfast Sponsored by PragmaticWorks

9:15am
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10:30am
Intro to SQL Reporting Services 2008

Matt Van Horn
Using Script Task and Components in SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)

Mike Davice
Building Line-of-Business Dashboards with Silverlight 4

Evan Hutnick
Does the BI in BizTalk expand into Business Intelligence?

Bala Subra
10:30am
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11:50am
Optimize your reporting abilities with SSRS and Data Access Layers

Steve Simon

Designing and Implementing an ETL Framework

Mike Litchfield

Building reports and dashboards from SSAS cube data using Excel cube functions

Philip Taylor

XML Data and SQL Server

Phil Denoncourt

11:50am - 12:30pm

Lunch Sponsored by Burntsand

12:00pm
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12:15pm
Pragmatic Works Demo Expressor Demo Fusion IO Demo  
12:30pm
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1:45pm
Maps and Charts that use your business data: SSRS 2008 R2

Sunil Kadimdiwan
Spread the good word!!.. Get your Mining Model Predictions out to those that really count!!

Steve Simon
MS Business Intelligence Fundamentals: Developing OLAP Cubes in SSAS 2008 R2

Slava Kokaev
Visualize data with Silverlight

Matt Van Horn
1:45pm
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3:05pm
SSRS Interactive Reports

Matt Van Horn
Expressor in Action SQL Server Performance Tuning

Bala Subra
 

Thanks too to the lineup of terrific sponsors who are supporting this free community event.

Infragistics
Burntsand

Telerik