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Tim Mitchell

Tim Mitchell is a business intelligence consultant, database developer, speaker, and trainer.  He has been working with SQL Server for over 10 years, working primarily in business intelligence, ETL/SSIS, database development, and reporting.  He has earned a number of industry certifications and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M at Commerce, and is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP.  Tim is an independent business intelligence consultant and a group principal with Linchpin People.

As an active member of the community, Tim has spoken at national, regional, and local venues including the SQL PASS summit, SQL Connections, numerous SQL Saturday events, and various user groups and PASS virtual chapters.  He is active in the North Texas SQL Server User Group in Dallas, and is a volunteer for PASS.  Tim is an author and forum contributor on SQLServerCentral.com and has published dozens of SQL Server training videos on SQLShare.com.

Tim is a contributing author on the charity book project MVP Deep Dives 2, and is coauthor of SSIS Design Patterns.

You can visit his website and blog at TimMitchell.net or follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/Tim_Mitchell.

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In this session, we'll review methods for cleaning up dirty data using SQL Server Integration Services. We will review the various cleansing tools accessible from within SSIS including native components, T-SQL, SSIS scripting, and DQS.

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Advanced SSIS Training Classes This Fall 21 May 2015
Now that the details have been finalized, I can announce that two new SSIS classes are coming up this fall. My Linchpin People cohort Andy Leonard and I will be delivering our Advanced SSIS training class in two new locations later this year: in the Atlanta area in September, and in the Washington, ...

How To Get Fired from an ETL Developer Job 15 May 2015
Through the course of my 8-someodd years of building and fixing ETL processes, I’ve had the opportunity to see a lot of ETL code. Some of that code was really good, well-thought-out and carefully executed. Other load processes were – well, let’s just say that they provide plenty of consulting ...

Office Hours Webinar: Is Biml Right for You? 12 May 2015
If you’ve read my blog or attended one of my presentations before, you almost certainly know that I’m a huge fan of Biml. If you’re building or maintaining SSIS packages (or you’re supervising those that do), you owe it to yourself to learn about Biml. I don’t make a lot of predictions, but I will ...

Dear Vendor: Keep My Information Secure 27 Apr 2015
Dear vendor: If you’re reading this, we have done business together, either directly or indirectly. You might be a retail website from which I purchase products or services. You could be a social media empire on which I share blog posts, life events, and photos of my meals. You may be a physician’s ...

The SSIS Object Variable and Multiple Result Sets 27 Apr 2015
In my most recent post in this series, I talked about how to use the SSIS object variable as an ADO recordset as a source in a data flow. By loading the result set of a query into this variable, the contents of the variable can be read by an SSIS script component and sent out through the SSIS ...