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**There's more of a focus on the Biztalk piece than the ETL piece and the HL7/healthcare experience is not a "must have" either.
**3 month contract to hire in Richmond, VA
Demonstrated skill and expert programming knowledge using Microsoft DTS/SSIS technologies to develop ETL ...
ETL Programmer Analyst Team Lead
Candidates will contribute as an ETL team lead in the Data Management Group (DMG) responsible for design, development, and implementation of interfaces and conversions for the Medicaid Management Information System in Idaho.
ETL team duties include requirements validation, code development, ...
-SSIS and SQL development as well as Maintenance and Support
-Maintains information policies and procedures to support current and future data information needs.
-Ensures proper data definitions, ownership, use and integrity of data.
-Facilitates the identification of potential gaps in available data and collaborates with ...
I was reaching out in hopes that there was some outside chance you knew of any MySQL DBA/Architects that might be looking for a new gig. I know it is in a different technology space than your background but I was hoping for more of a Sr. Level Architect resource birds of a feather might flock together type connection!
In any event, ...
Core's on the lookout for a DBA. Could you distribute this to the SSUG membership?
SQL Server DBA:
The SQL Server DBA is responsible for supporting the SQL Server 2005 and 2008 databases and ensuring their performance, availability and security. Typical tasks include:
1) Develop standards and guidelines to guide ...
Topic: Optimizing Performance in SQL Server® Analysis Services
Date: September 23rd, Noon Eastern
In this session, you will learn about techniques to optimize processing and query performance in SQL Server Analysis Services. These techniques will include cube design techniques, processing ...
Kalen Delaney will be conducting training in Boston 12 - 16 Oct 2009. Kalen is awesome!
Yep. The Upgrade Advisors are your friend. My experience indicates they err on the side of caution, which is a good thing. They catch things that will be deprecated, even if they aren't yet. Some folks complain about that, but I like it. I'd rather do the work while I'm in there - as opposed to putting it off on the next team. ...
It's been a couple years since I worked with SQL Server 2000 and I only ever used stored procedures, DTS, or third-party products to move data in SQL Server 2000. Without testing each method on this particular database, I cannot tell you which will be better.
That said, Win 2003 Server will manage 8GB of RAM. Throwing memory at it will most ...
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