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Category: PASS Community Summit

PASS Summit 2017: Blog Round-up

The world of data and technology is evolving at a rapid pace. To keep up with this ever-changing data economy, events such as PASS Summit 2017, held last month in Seattle, WA, offered global data professionals the opportunity not only to learn through traditional educational sessions, but to share and exchange knowledge (often informally) through conversations, hands-on learning, and networking.

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Thank you to the PASS Summit 2017 Program Committee

Every year we ask a lot of our PASS Summit Program Committee volunteers. Conference programming is always a challenge as we seek to please a wide variety of people and professionals. It requires an extraordinary amount of time, energy, and collaboration to make sure it’s done right. It is even ...

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Why Data Modeling is Important in Power BI

I have a long experience in working on reporting systems based on semantic models. Now we call them “self-service BI”, but the principles are the same we had in DSS (decision support system), OLAP (on-line analytical processing), and many other names that we’ve seen over the years.

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PASS and our Partners: A Growing Relationship

PASS has come a long way since its inception in 1999. The annual PASS Summit has provided the opportunity for members of the PASS community to connect, share, and learn, as the world of data has evolved and grown over the past 18 years. A key component of that growth has been the support of our part ...

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Developer Content at PASS Summit 2017

As Tim Ford recently explained, PASS has observed a growth in members who identify as developers. The PASS Board is committed to working strategically across portfolios to meet the educational needs of this growing developer audience while continuing to serve our established community of DBAs, archi ...

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PASS Summit 2017: New Process for Call for Speakers

The PASS Summit Call for Speakers opens tomorrow and I want to clarify some of our process changes this year. To begin, I want to acknowledge all the hard work the program committee and additional community volunteers have put into the Summit program so far. The strategic vision of the Board is dri ...

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Board Q&A Town Hall - Summit Program Innovation

Last Thursday on April 13, PASS held two town hall meetings to give members the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on the PASS Summit program and the speaker selection process. I would like to thank the participants for engaging with us, sharing your concerns, and exchanging ideas. I ...

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Mapping Out PASS Summit Content Based on How You Do Your Job

PASS is shifting gears to keep up with the fast-changing nature of the global data landscape. As part of this evolution, the Summit program is moving to a content driven approach to better serve the community, and the breadth of functions involved in the data world. Changes are already underway with ...

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Changes to the PASS Summit 2017 Program, Pre-Conference Call for Interest, and a Community Survey

Exciting innovation is coming to this year’s PASS Summit program. With the Board committed to deliver the best possible educational experience for attendees, PASS has conducted industry research over the last few months to assess the Summit program. Current data points to the need for a substa ...

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Bringing You the Best Possible Summit Program

In years past, we would have announced a call to the community for volunteers and the upcoming call for speakers for this year’s PASS Summit by now. Some of you may be wondering why we haven’t done that yet, and I wanted to take this opportunity to walk through that with you. As you may ...

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