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Brooklyn's
 2644 W Colfax Ave

Denver,CO 80204

Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High

11:15 am - Registration
11:30 am - Presentation
1:00 Adjourn


 

Register for the Thursday, October 8, 2015, RMIMA Meeting

$15 RMIMA members through September 29 (early bird registration extended due to the early date in October)

Thursday, October 8 - Monthly Lunch and Briefing 11:30 am
Brooklyn's at Mile High - South of the Football stadium
(Not the Pepsi Center - that is a different Brooklyn's) see map below.

Getting Started With Dimensional Modeling
Marc Beacon, President DawaBI

Technology has revolutionized the way organizations run today. Rather than a few file cabinets, organizations use many different software packages and applications that are mission critical to running their business. These systems gather a large amount of valuable data that must be used in decision making to maintain a competitive advantage. However, we've all heard and likely been around when mission critical systems have been rendered useless due to long running reports. To solve this and a host of other source system reporting issues we have proven Data Warehousing techniques to store the data in a report friendly way.

Dimensional modeling is one of the most widely used set of techniques that will provide source system relief for reporting. In this session, we will take a look at what Dimensional Modeling is along with some key terms and techniques.


Marc Beacom is President of DawaBI, a Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Consultancy firm and Founder of Attendee.Events, an Event Management Software Platform. Marc has over 15 years of business and technical experience and servers as Principal Architect, Mentor and Trainer on projects.

Mr. Beacom is an active member of the community and served on several nonprofit boards including; two Colorado SQL Server user groups (Denver and Colorado Springs), PASS as a Regional Mentor, Mile High Analytics, Colorado GiveCamp and Camp To Belong Colorado.

Mr. Beacom is certified in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Business Intelligence Development-Maintenance, and, Database Development. He possesses a Bachelor of Science (BS), in Information Technology-Client Server Technologies from DeVry University and another Bachelor of Science, in Insurance/Real Estate from Ferris State University.

 


2644 W. Colfax Ave. is a frontage road, South of the Bronco Football stadium. Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High.  From I-25 or Federal Blvd, approach the stadium on 17th Ave. and head south on Mile High Stadium Drive.  Go under new Colfax Ave. to old Colfax Ave.

 


Lunch Meeting - Regular Prices
$25 Regular member price (including AITP members)
$35 guests - Join as you register and attend free ($50 per year membership)
$15 students

Due to the Christmas and New Year holidays, earlybird registration will be extended for this meeting

$20 Earlybird RMIMA members through January 5

 Reservations are binding if you do not call 24 hours before the luncheon

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