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Varigence is pleased to announce the release of Mist 4.0. Now Biml users and Business Intelligence professionals around the world can develop and automate BI solutions faster than ever before...
Biml was a huge star at PASS Summit 2013
Mist 3.4 Released
Stairway to Biml series is being published at SQLServerCentral.com
Biml Workshop is being given by Varigence and Linchpin People on October 15th in Charlotte.
Varigence.com has relaunched with a new user friendly design along with tons of new product information, documentation and videos.
Mist 3.2 has been released. New features include a modernized user interface and improved package designer.
Varigence is featured in the February issue of Greenville Business Magazine.
The Mist 3.1 release focuses on improving user experience.
Mist 3.0 has been released and has several new features including full support for SSIS 2012.
Biml now has its own article on Wikipedia.
Varigence sponsors SQL Saturday #174 - Charlotte BI Edition
Paul Waters gave a standing room only presentation on Biml at SQL Saturday #163 in Dallas.
Paul Waters will be giving Biml presentations at SQL Saturday #163 and #174.
BimlScript.com a community based website, has launched due to the increased worldwide use of the Business Intelligence Markup Language (BIML).
SQL Server 2012 Integration Services Design Patterns written by SSIS gurus Andy Leonard, Matt Masson, Tim Mitchell, Jessica Moss and Michelle Ulford has a full chapter devoted to Biml.
Varigence will be a Gold Level Sponsor at SQL Bits X. CEO Scott Currie will be giving two lunch time presentations.
Biml Challenge winner David Darden completes the challenge in just 6 minutes and 39 seconds.
Varigence's John Welch is part of first Microsoft SSAS Maestro class.
Get a head start on the Biml $10,000 Challenge by learning more about Biml.
Varigence is sponsoring the $10,000 Biml challenge at this year's PASS Summit in Seattle.
Learn how the SSIS FTP task allows you to perform various FTP operations in your package.
Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) is a message queue implementation that allows applications running on separate servers to communicate in a fail safe manner.