If you're into free training (and you should be if you work as an IT professional), head on over to SQL Lunch to see the current line up of speakers and sessions. Every session is free and are usually scheduled to start at 12:30 EST and last no more than 30 minutes. The best part is it's all virtual! So there's no need to take time out of your busy work day. SQL Lunch is a great resource to increase your knowledge and experience.
This coming Monday (8/23/2010) at 12:30 EST, yours truly will be giving a short 20 - 30 minute session on Troubleshooting SSIS Package Development. I'm going to show some of the tools we have available to us within the BIDS environment and how to use those tools to troubleshoot our package in the Control Flow and Data Flow. Being familiar with these tools will allow developers to build packages more efficiently and hunt down any errors.
So head on over to SQL Lunch and add my session to your calendar. I look forward to seeing my fellow BIDN'ers in the session!
Tried to attend but link in Outlook appointment brought me to old LiveMeeting. Come on guys! Get the link corrected!
Oops, sorry about that. The good news is that the recording should be available shortly for viewing from www.sqllunch.com so check over there.
Once its there for view, it'll be at this link.
Thanks Dustin! Get Patrick and Adam in on fixing the links... The SQLLunches are awesome, and I hate for myself and others to lose out from the live content.
To be clear, when the user has the option for adding to calendar, the MS Outlook file comes up but the URL in the Outlook calendar entry is incorrect. Even the verbiage is incorrect as well. The Outlook time is correct, however, but it's the details that seem to be copied and pasted from an older SQL Lunch event.