Sunday, December 18, 2011

TechNet Webcast: Automated Data Quality Checks Using SQL Server and Visual Studio (Level 300) – Raj Kamal, Microsoft

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TechNet Webcast: Automated Data Quality Checks Using SQL Server and Visual Studio (Level 300) – Raj Kamal, Microsoft

 

Microsoft IT's business intelligence engineering team has reduced its development and testing phases by automating the data quality audits and finding data quality issues earlier in the development cycle than in the past, using a metadata-driven, user-configurable tool. Attend this webcast to learn about automating data quality checks using Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Visual Studio and to hear directly from the development team how this can apply to you.
Presenter: Raj Kamal, Microsoft IT Test Lead, Microsoft Corporation
Raj Kamal is a senior test engineer who specializes in different types of testing techniques, test automation, and testability in different domains like manufacturing, healthcare, and higher education. Raj holds several certifications, including Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE), Microsoft IT Professional for Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence (BI) 2008, International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB), and APICS certification in supply chain management. Raj also has expertise with Rational and Mercury testing tools, and he has helped teams develop test automation strategies and architectures for other major software companies.

 

Event: https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032452088&CountryCode=US

View Online: https://www106.livemeeting.com/cc/MSEventsBMO/view?cn=guest&id=1032452087&pw=3CE735D1

 

Thanks,

Raj

1 comment:

William Qualters said...

Sir, though it may already be a few years old, I found this was an amazingly valuable presentation and I wish everyone in IT understood the importance of testing and in general of data quality as much as you clearly do! Bravo! I wanted to say thank you for taking the time to deliver this message, and ask if there is a linmk where I can download the pdf mentioned at the end?