Extra, Extra read all about, Mike is back

I wasn't blogging for a long time, but now I'm back with a strong rhyme.
Look, near the camera, snap my picture. I'll sign my name on it, then I get richer.
Like LL said don't call it a comeback and face the fact Jack I'm all that.

The last couple of months I spend a lot of time developing and giving courses. Like a few of my colleagues already posted on their blogs, I spent a lot of time on our Summer Classes . Check Update summer classes 2007 at http://blogs.class-a.nl/blogs/anko/archive/2007/04/18/update-summer-classes-2007.aspx and Summer Classes 2007 at http://bloggingabout.net/blogs/dennis/archive/2007/06/08/summer-classes-2007.aspx for the details. My part in these classes was the developing an teaching the BI part. I had lots of fun with all my students and they appreciated my experiences as well. By the way these classes will be held again in January or February of 2008. See Class-A Summer Classes become Winter Classes at http://bloggingabout.net/blogs/dennis/archive/2007/10/04/class-a-summer-classes-become-winter-classes.aspx for full details.

Besides the BI part, I also developed a couple of our SharePoint modules. SharePoint is the reason why I was unable to post blogs for a long time. Our SharePoint courses SHAREPOINT 2007 DEVELOPMENT UNLEASHEDSHAREPOINT 2007 BI and SHARPOINT INSTALLING & CONFIGURING are almost every week sold out. I'm not surprised because SharePoint is HOT and other course provides can't deliver a training because the MOC (Microsoft Official Curriculum) material isn't available yet.

Here is some info about my next posts. More and more people are migrating their Report Server environment to SharePoint. I already received a couple of emails how to setup such an environment, but I never had the time to create a post. Today I received another mail requesting me to explain this. So my next posts will be about this subject. I'll divide this subject in three post.

  1. Post: Installing & Configuring the Integration between Reporting Services and SharePoint
  2. Post: Activating SharePoint for Reporting Services
  3. Post: Developing Reports for Reporting Services under SharePoint

I'll keep you posted.

 

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