Archive for month: July, 2012

Intro To MDX Decathlon–Cube Space: The Final Frontier (1/10)

30 July, 2012 (13:01) | Decathlon, MDX | By: Mark V

Since this series is an introduction to MDX (Multidimensional Expressions), let’s start off with a few definitions. The following terms form the foundation of our discussion of MDX and Cube Space. Measure: A value used to asses a business process or event. Measures are typically numeric and often map to fields in your fact table. […]

Intro To MDX Decathlon–Introduction

30 July, 2012 (13:00) | Decathlon, MDX | By: Mark V

For quite some time now, I have had an idea in the back of my head right next to some useless trivia about Sherlock Holmes. A blog series with ten parts, called a Decathlon, would be really cool. Particularly with the Olympics Games in London having just started, now is a great time to get […]

Professional Development Plans: Turning Your Job Into a Career, Part 2

23 July, 2012 (09:30) | Professional Development | By: Mark V

Long ago in a galaxy far far away, I blogged about my Professional Development Plan (PDP). That really was a long time ago: May of 2010. Wow. I want to provide an update on my own PDP and reiterate their value. I also have a few tips to share. Updates From Last Time 1. One […]

Upcoming Presentation: MDX Trek: First Contact on August 1st

17 July, 2012 (09:30) | MDX, Presentations | By: Mark V

Digineer, the consulting firm I work for and adore, is starting up a shiny new webcast series. As part of that series, I will be giving my MDX Trek: First Contact presentation via those Internets on August 1st at 1PM Central. Hazzah! If you are interested in attending, or just like clicking on things, please […]