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Jeremy Kashel is a Principal Consultant with Adatis, a UK-based Microsoft Gold Partner, specializing in the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack. Jeremy has over 10 years of experience in working with SQL Server business intelligence projects, for a variety of UK and international clients. Jeremy is also a keen blogger, and has spoken at a number of Microsoft events.
Tim Kent is one of the owners of Adatis, and is also involved in project delivery and QA for the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack. Tim was first awarded the MVP for SQL Server in 2009, and has been specializing in SQL Server and the Microsoft BI stack for over 10 years. Tim is also an active member of the SQL Bits SQL Server conference organizing committee, and has also been involved in speaking at the event.
Martyn Bullerwell is one of the owners of Adatis, and is involved in project delivery for Adatis' larger clients, including multi-terabyte data warehouses. Martyn has led projects in a number of different clients and sectors, including media, oil and gas, and banking.
The authors do a good job of hiding much of the complexity of the subject.
This book is a good start about MDS if you are a newbie: ideally the book is written for the analyst or developer coming to MDS for first time.
Hopefully because the Denali tools will include an interface to the Data Quality tools the MDS books will begin to include examples.
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I read recently a technical book - "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Master Data Services" (edited by Packt Publishing). Read more
This is the time to start learning about Microsoft's Master Data Services and this book is a great place to start. Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by T. Anderson