PASSMN June Meeting: What’s New In SSRS 2008 R2

14 June, 2010 (09:11) | PASS, PASSMN, Presentations, Professional Development, SSRS | By: Mark V

I have been lax in promoting my local SQL users group, so here goes. Oh, by the way, it’s Lara’s fault that I am a SQL Server consultant. Thanks Lara!

June PASSMN Meeting & Newsletter
Sponsored by Magenic

There will be books, shirts and other swag at the end of the meeting!

Location:    8300 Norman Center Drive, 9th Floor, Bloomington, MN  55437
Date:     June 15th, 2010
Time:    3:00 – 5:30

Please click here for meeting details and to RSVP.

Registration has changed with the move from our previous hosting site and you will be required to log into www.sqlpass.org in order to register for our events. If you have any issues with this, please contact support@mnssug.org.

What’s New in SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services

Lara Rubbelke (Twitter | Blog), Microsoft

Amp up your Reporting Services with the many great enhancements in SQL Server 2008 R2. Lara will take you on a tour of all that is new in R2 including collaboration features, new visualizations, rendering enhancements, and new data sources. After this session you will wonder why they call R2 an "interim" release!

Questions for presenters?
If you have any questions you would like our presenter to answer in the meeting, feel free to submit them ahead of time to support@mnssug.org or to any of the board members before the meeting. All question askers will be kept anonymous.

Other News
•       Live Meeting
   o    Beginning in 2010 meeting, you will now be able to join monthly meetings virtually through Live Meeting. This is a great opportunity to stay connected that has been provided to us by PASS.
•       SQL Azure Presentation
   o   Presented by Mike Benkovich at Twin Cities Cloud Computing User Group (TCCCUG)
   o   July 8th, 2010
   o   Click Here for more information
•       PASS Summit 2010
   o    Registration for PASS Summit 2010 is now open. Register for only $1,395 until June 30. Tap into your 2009 or 2010 training budgets to take advantage of the low rate for PASS Summit.

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