February 25, 2009

Even more final version of my TDWI slide deck

My TDWI talk on How to Select an Analytic DBMS starts in less than an hour.  So the latest version of my slide deck should prove truly final, unlike my prior two.

I won’t have printouts or other access to my notes, so those aren’t a good guide to the actual verbiage I’ll use.


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