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January 26th, 2011 by Vidas Matelis

In a few weeks I am planning to go to Redmond for “SSAS Maestro” training. I am very excited that I was accepted for this training and I want to prepare for it as much as I can. As I was going through available SSAS papers, I realized that quick list of SSAS white papers could be useful for other SSAS developers, so I am posting it here:

Posted in SSAS, SSAS Maestro | 11 Comments »

11 Responses

  1. Will Riley Says:

    I’m on the same wavelength Vidas…Too true in terms of preparation being necessary – couple here I hadn’t seen, so thanks.

  2. Jason Thomas Says:

    Wishing you the very best, hope to see you return as a SSAS Maestro from Redmond :)

  3. Claire Says:

    Great list! I guess you’re not looking at 2008 R2 then?

  4. Vidas Matelis Says:

    Will, Jason, Claire – thank you for your comments.
    Claire – this list is for 2005/2008 – there are new papers for the same subject for 2008R2. But most of 2005/2008 applies to 2008R2 too.

  5. Mark Says:

    Thanks so much Vidas – great of you to share. I’m attending too – I’ll look forward to meeting you.

  6. Vidas Matelis Says:

    Mark – I look forward to meeting you too. All signs are pointing that this will be great 3 days for learning SSAS!

  7. Frank Says:

    Good luck at the Maestro course in Redmond Vidas!

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  10. Hennie de Nooijer Says:

    Great. Just what i needed.

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