Azure Reporting at the Oregon SQL User Group

This coming Wednesday, April 13th, Yi Liao will be joining us from the Reporting Services product team to showcase Azure Reporting – Reporting Services in the Cloud.  Please join us Wednesday evening from 6:00 to 8:45 at the KOIN Tower in Portland on 2nd & Columbia.  Watch the Oregon SQL web site for information about attending remotely and recordings of past meetings & presentations.

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Yi Liao: SQL Azure Reporting

Photo: Yi LiaoThis session will provide a brief introduction to the SQL Azure Reporting service that was announced at PDC 2010. We will outline the scenarios that will be enabled in SQL Azure Reporting v1 and discuss capabilities supported in this version. This session is a great forum to provide feedback on future direction of SQL Azure Reporting to help you address your business needs.

Biography: Yi Liao is a Senior Program Manager with Microsoft Corporation. Yi has been with Microsoft for more than 12 years. In the last 2 years, Yi has been a Senior Program Manager with SQL Server Reporting Services team, before that, Yi had worked for Exchange Hosted Services, Microsoft.com Business Intelligence, MSN and Office respectively. In SQL Server 2008 R2 release, Yi was the Program Manager in charge of Map feature. Currently Yi is working on Cloud BI initiative and driving the effort to release Microsoft’s first Cloud Reporting offering: SQL Azure Reporting.

Jennifer Wilmoth -Getting a Handle on Chaos

Photo: Jennifer WilmothThis presentation is an introduction to the Take Back Your Life! fundamentals including leveraging Microsoft Outlook to support individuals and teams to work at higher levels of alignment, focus, integrity and accountability. Specifically we’ll look at using email, tasks and the calendar modules of Outlook to improve productivity and work-life balance.

Biography: Jennifer has coached individuals and teams throughout many levels of organizations from individual contributors to CEOs. She has a particular zeal helping individuals develop powerful partnerships with their managers.

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