October 2005 Entries
Short of spell-checking and proofreading, work on the "Advanced OLAP" chapter for my upcoming book on SQL Server 2005 (with co-authors Stephen Forte and Bill Zack) is done. This one chapter (which we may end splitting into two) covers an array of new features in Analysis Services 2005. I believe very strongly that with this release of SQL Server, all Microsoft-centric developers should learn at least a little about OLAP. The biggest reason for this is that building cubes, building application functionality ......
Code and slides for my ASP.NET 2.0 Data Binding session can be found here.
Code and slides for my ADO MD.NET session can be found here.