Encourage. Energize. Empower.

There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women.  – Kofi Annan

In the above quote, Secretary Annan was referring to women in developing nations.  However, it’s just as apt a description of women in technology. 
Encourage. Energize. Empower.  Those are pretty tall orders. The YOU is implied. How about we imply instead that it’s WE? As working women with a voice,  WE need to support each other. WE need to encourage each other to try harder, to reach farther and to stand taller. WE need to energize each other when we’re tired, when we stumble and when we need to rest. 
Where should you start? How about right here?  Here is a great place to start. 
We’ll do it together.

SSIS Fundamentals and Beyond: 2016 Features

Tue, May 23 2017 16:00 UTC

SSIS Fundamentals and Beyond: 2016 Features

Under SSIS robustness lay certain design principles - and one of the major is its extensibility. Exactly these principles allow Microsoft and other vendors to flawlessly add new and improved features to the tool. In the session we will cover first SSIS fundamentals since 2008 and talk about all the exiting improvements in deployment, package management, connectivity, usability, and - of course - transformation components that Microsoft brings on board in 2016.

Virginia Mushkatblat

Virginia Mushkatblat is currently a founder of Hush-Hush, a data masking company. She wrote her first computer program at the age of 14 and has been in technology ever since, progressively rising through the ranks and trying on different hats including database architecture, development, security and operations. She has worked for Startups and Fortune 100 companies in finance, entertainment, e-commerce, internet advertisement, manufacturing, and communications industries and dealt with both heavily transactional and BI applications.She holds Masters Degrees in Engineering and in Computer Science and currently teaches databases to graduating seniors in CSUN, her Alma Mater.

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