Working with BimlScript to ease and automate your SSIS development
Presented by Jeff Mlakar
9/9/2014 5:45 PM
Cleveland Microsoft Office

Business Intelligence Markup Language (Biml) is a great way to simplify your SSIS development to an easy-to-read XML format. BimlScript expands this even further to allow you to embed .NET code in your Biml to have new Biml dynamically generated with schema changes at your source. In this session, we'll talk about what BimlScript can do, and give you multiple examples and patterns that you can take and apply to your BI development.

Jeff Mlakar is a native Clevelander, and a passionate and inquisitive SQL designer. Jeff has spent the last decade working heavily in Microsoft’s BI stack. He is an Enterprise Architect at Bennett Adelson on the Business Intelligence Team, working with all aspects of SQL Server, writing custom cloud- and on-premises .NET solutions, plus working with other technologies such as Elastic Search. Jeff is a frequent speaker at events such as the SQL Server User Group, Dog Food Conference, as well as the .NET SIG

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