Marco Russo's Blog posts of 2012

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Speaking at PASS 2012 Summit in Seattle #sqlpass

I will deliver two sessions at the next PASS Summit 2012 : one is title Inside DAX Query Plans and the other is Near Real-Time Analytics with xVelocity (without DirectQuery) . These will be two sessions that require a lot of preparation and even if I  Read more

TechEd North America 2012-Day 4 #msTechEd #teched

I hadn’t time yesterday to write a blog post before of the beginning of the day and I recover now that I’m already back to Europe. I spent many hours at the Microsoft booth meeting people who asked questions about Tabular, Power View and PowerPivot. I  Read more

TechEd North America 2012–Day 3 #msTechEd #teched

Yesterday I spent the longest day at this TechEd: we talked with many people at Community Night until 9pm and I have to say that just a few months after Analysis Services 2012 has been released, there are many people already using it. And the adoption  Read more

TechEd North America 2012–Day 2 #msTechEd #teched

This is the second day at TechEd North America 2012 and yesterday I had many conversations about PowerPivot and SSAS Tabular. In the evening the book signing at O’Reilley booth has been a big success! I’m writing this post from the speaker’s room. It’s  Read more

TechEd North America 2012 – Day 1 #msTechEd

Yesterday I and Alberto delivered the PreCon day about BISM Tabular in Analysis Services 2012. We received very good feedback and now I am looking forward to meet people that read our blogs and our books! Ping me on Twitter at @marcorus if you want to  Read more

Optimize Many-to-Many with SUMMARIZE and Other Techniques

We are still in the early days of DAX and even if I have been using it since 2 years ago, there is still a lot to learn on that. One of the topics that historically interests me (and many of the readers here, probably) is the many-to-many relationships  Read more

SQLIO analysis on Excel charts

I tend to use twitter when I have to notify an interesting link or tool. But sometimes a blog post (even if short) is better, because allows me to easily find it on search engines (Bing/Google/whatever) months or years later. I know PInterest is growing  Read more