Well, I decided to go out and spend some money to help fuel the economy and improve my SQL Server Reporting skills.
Because I just attended a conference with Stacia Misner at the SQL Saturday pre-conference, I decided to purchase the book she authored: SQL server 2005 Reporting Services (Step by Step)
Read the first three chapters so far. It gives a good overview and then discusses installation practices.
I read somewhat fast, as I scan over the topics and then slow down for some of the details. For non technical books I sometimes read just the right hand pages to breeze through books fast.
Good stuff for an SSRS Administrator, which by the way, will be my new job description going forward. Yep, you heard it here first, out with the Java development and Oracle, in with Microsoft Business Intelligence. Things are definitely looking up!!!
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