Thursday, September 10, 2009

SQL Lunch - Oracle-CDC for SQL Server Integration Services

We have been working hard trying to get speakers to complete the year for our SQL Lunch schedule. I am excited to announce the beginning of the Learning Series. Our next meeting is on 9/14/2009 at 11:30 AM.  If you would like to receive updates about upcoming SQLLunch meetings go here: To reserve your seat for this meeting go here: The details for the meeting are as follows:

Date: 9/14/2009

Time: 11:30 AM

Reserve your seat:

Presenter: Jeff Cole. Jeff has been designing and building information technology systems for over 20 years. He has experience across many industries including banking & finance, health care and telephony using a variety of mainframe languages as well as the gamut of Microsoft development environments. He has been working lately in the middleware space developing systems on multiple platforms using integration technology to solve complex connectivity problems. Jeff is currently working with Attunity to help customers modernize legacy systems and make the most of their technology investments with an emphasis on the Microsoft technology stack including SQL Server and Integration Services.

Topic: Oracle-CDC for SQL Server Integration Services.

Leverage your SQL Server skills and software to reduce cost and accelerate Oracle data replication, synchronization, and real-time integration and enable operational reporting, business intelligence and data warehousing projects.

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Talk to you soon

Patrick LeBlanc, Founder and SQL Lunch

SQL Down South

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