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Business Intelligence Markup Language

  • Andy Leonard
  • Matt Masson
  • Tim Mitchell
  • Jessica M. Moss
  • Michelle Ufford

Abstract

You likely purchased this book to learn how to be a more productive SQL Server Integration Services developer. I applaud your desire and decision, and I sincerely hope the information contained herein has provided ideas and information to help you be more productive. I am always on the lookout for ways to become a better data integration developer. Specifically, I seek out ways to improve code quality and reduce the amount of time required to build solutions. Those goals motivated me to begin practicing patterns-based development in the first place, which eventually led to the idea for this book.

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Design Pattern Business Intelligence Incremental Load Test Script Connection Manager 
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© Andy Leonard, Matt Masson, Tim Mitchell, Jessica M. Moss, and Michelle Ufford 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Andy Leonard
  • Matt Masson
  • Tim Mitchell
  • Jessica M. Moss
  • Michelle Ufford

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