Conference Sessions

With over 190 sessions in the main agenda, PASS Summit is recognized as the conference for the best in SQL Server training. This year’s conference sessions, spread across 6 tracks, include:

Download the PASS Summit 2012 mobile guide to create a personalized schedule; browse exhibitors, maps, general show info, and even after-hours activities; and automatically get the latest updates. You can also log in to the Schedule Builder to create your customized schedule or view the schedule in PDF format.

Having a hard time choosing which sessions to attend in PASS Summit 2012's incredible lineup? Check out these Expert Picks from some of PASS's Virtual Chapter leaders and other community experts.

Session presentations are now available to all attendees: Log in and click on the sessions you are interested in to download the presentations in PDF format.

* Note: Sessions and schedule subject to change.

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PASS Summit 2012 Sessions

You can browse all sessions or use filters to search for sessions you are interested in. The Keyword filter lets you enter a term to search for in the session title or abstract. The Category drop-down lets you set the session type (such as Regular session), and the Track drop-down lets you specify which topic track you want to search. You can also filter by speaker name and session skill level. To start a new search or return to the list of all sessions, simply click the Clear button.
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Sessions Found: 26

Analyzing SSAS Data with Excel (BID-211)
BI Information Delivery
Stephan Stoltze (Stoltze IT)

Around the World with the SharePoint BI Toolbelt (BID-212-S)
BI Information Delivery
Brian Knight (Pragmatic Works)

Bad Reports: Fixing Their Mistakes (BID-210)
BI Information Delivery
Roger Noble (LobsterPot Solutions)

Building Compelling Power View Reports (BID-208-M)
BI Information Delivery
Sean Boon (Microsoft)

Building Self-Service BI Apps Using PowerPivot and Excel (BID-205-M)
BI Information Delivery
Diego Oppenheimer (Microsoft)

Business Intelligence and Data Visualization in SQL Server 2012 (BID-204)
BI Information Delivery
Jen Stirrup (Data Relish)

Connecting to the World's Data (BID-213-M)
BI Information Delivery
Max Uritsky (Microsoft)

Creating a Power View Reporting Solution (BID-101)
BI Information Delivery
Devin Knight (Pragmatic Works)

Dashboard Design: Making Reports Pop (BID-305)
BI Information Delivery
Paul Turley (Intelligent Business)

Dashboards: When to Choose Which MSBI Tool (BID-206)
BI Information Delivery
Melissa Coates (SentryOne)

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