Presentations

2015-07-21_21-17-57

Hi everyone,

Thank you for attending one of my sessions at a user group or conference. You can find a link to the PDF version of the slides.

Below you will find a table with all the sessions and where they have been delivered/are scheduled to be delivered.

Date Participation Event Session Link
November Speaking London BA group Graph concepts Link
October Speaking PASS Summit Graph Processing in SQL Server 2017 Link
13/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Bristol Graph Processing in SQL Server 2017 Link
13/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Bristol Modern Data Platform Workshop (Azure) Link
12/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Birmingham Modern Data Warehousing – A template for Lambda BI in Azure Link
11/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Leeds Tips and techniques for successful requirement gathering and modelling for data warehouses Link
10/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Nottingham Automating Cloud Orchestration. Rapid development and deployment of Azure Data Factory with PowerShell Link
09/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Reading Modern Data Warehousing – A template for Lambda BI in Azure Link
09/10/2017 Speaking SQLRelay 2017 – Reading Modern Data Platform Workshop (Azure) Link
09/09/2017 Speaking SQL Saturday Cambridge Advanced Machine Learning Link
01/09/2017 Speaking Group By conference TSQL – Language of the year Link
22/08/2017 Speaking SQL Newcastle Modern Data Warehouse Link
15/07/2017 Speaking SQL Saturday Manchester Graph Processing in SQL Server 2017 Link
13/07/2017 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Machine learning evening
27/05/2017 Speaking SQL Saturday Plovdiv TSQL – Language of the year Link
17/05/2017 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Hour of Data Visualisation
25/04/2017 Speaking Bristol SQL Server group TSQL – Language of the year Link
28/03/2017 Speaking SQL Southwest Azure Data Factory Introduction to Azure Data Factory Link
01/03/2017 Speaking SQL Server Southampton UG TSQL – Language of the year Link
19/01/2017 Speaking SQL Server Meetup Birmingham Automating dimensions with SSIS and BIML Link
11/01/2017 Speaking Exeter Data Science Meetup Using python to explore summary statistics Link
11/01/2017 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Python, Spark, R & ML
21/11/2016 Speaking SQL Server Surrey Meetup TSQL tips and tricks Link
16/11/2016 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Python Hour – 10 minute talks on Python
19/10/2016 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Machine Learning Azure ML
18/08/2016 Speaking SQL Server Meetup Exeter Introduction to SSAS Multidimensional Link
18/08/2016 Speaking SQL Server Meetup Exeter Introduction to SSAS Tabular Link
17/08/2016 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Tools for open data
03/08/2016 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Kaggle kick off –
15/07/2016 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup Introduction to Kaggle
15/05/2016 Hosting Exeter Data Science Meetup
15/05/2016 Speaking Exeter Data Science Meetup Introduction to Data Science skills Link
15/05/2016 Speaking Exeter Data Science Meetup NoSQL databases Link
05/05/2016 Speaking Dundee University Data Science conference Automating data warehouses with BIML Link
11/03/2016 Speaking SQL Saturday Exeter 2016 Reporting on Reporting Services Link
11/03/2016 Organising SQL Saturday Exeter 2016
30/03/2016 Speaking SQL Server Meetup Cardiff TSQL tips and tricks Link
20/03/2016 Speaking SQL Server Meetup Exeter TSQL Tips and Tricks Link
10/10/2015 Speaking SQL Relay Cardiff What is new in SSRS 2016 Link
09/10/2015 Speaking SQL Relay Bristol What is new in SSRS 2016 Link
12/09/2015 Speaking SQL Saturday Cambridge Reporting on Reporting Services Link
29/08/2015 Speaking SQL Saturday Olso Reporting on Reporting Services Link
25/07/2015 Speaking SQL Saturday Manchester Reporting on Reporting Services Link
25/05/2015 Speaking SQL Saturday Exeter Reporting on Reporting Services Link
25/05/2015 Organising SQL Saturday Exeter

 

Graph Processing

TSQL Language of the year

Introduction to Data Factory

Sun Modelling

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