PASS Summit 2013 Recap & Introduction to L.I.B.R.E.
Thursday, October 24, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (AST)
Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come and join your Puerto Rico PASS user group to connect, learn and share about SQL Server.
Microsoft Puerto Rico (Click here for a map)
City View Plaza II Suite 107
State Road 165 Km 1.2
Guaynabo, PR 009
PASS Summit 2013 Recap
This year’s PASS Summit was filled with great technical content and some new features for the next version of SQL Server were announced with the release of SQL Server 2014 CTP2. In this session we will go through the announcements and some of the good experiences that took place at the Summit.
Speaker: Jose Rivera
Consultant – Nagnoi, Inc.
Jose L. has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez and a MBA in Computer Information Systems from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. He has over 9 years’ experience in the design, development and management of information systems for various industry sectors including Health Care, Banking, Government and Insurance. Through his work, Jose L has helped organizations in the development of Data Analytics, Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence solutions specialized in Data Integration/ETL and Front-End Reporting using both Microsoft BI tools and IBM Cognos BI suite. In addition, he shares his knowledge and perspectives on database technologies and BI in his blog, and he is a certified MCTIP in Database Administration, Database Development and Business Intelligence for SQL Server 2008.
Introduction to L.I.B.R.E
Level: 200 (Intermediate)
Audience: IT Professionals
With the big push to Open Gov Data by the Government of Puerto Rico a new problem arises: How to export all current and historic data in legacy formats without disruption of government agencies operations? In this session we will outline and explain the current data situation of government agencies and explain one of the approaches being taken to meet the goal of liberating government data in modern formats.
Speaker: Roberto Rosario
Director of Software Development
Office of the CIO of Puerto Rico
Roberto Rosario has been working with computers since the early days of the home computers movement in the 80's decade. In 2010 managed the Permits and Regulation Agency (ARPE) switch to an all-electronic document government office, this project resulted in Mayan EDMS a document management systems now used worldwide by foreign governments as well as private entities, as a well as becoming one of the few CompTIA Certified Document Imaging Architects (CDIA+) of the island. Now as Director of Software Development for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, is charged with overseeing software development processes as well as promotion of software development in the government as well as the community sector.
When & Where
Puerto Rico Professional Association for SQL Server
The Puerto Rico Professional Association for SQL Server (PRPASS) is a volunteer organization founded in 2005 with the main objective of providing a learning, networking and collaboration Information Technology (IT) users community for SQL Server professionals. PRPASS is the local Chapter affiliated to PASS, the largest community of SQL Server users in the world.