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B.I. Conference 2010

Posted by Alan on January 14, 2010

The good news is that the registration for the 2010 BI Conference is now open!   The bad news is that it is in New Orléans in June — can you say hot and muggy?   Regardless, I am happy that after a year long hiatus the conference is back.  Here is hoping for a rush on the registrations and a huge waiting list.  Maybe if they get a large enough interest in the conference Microsoft can be convinced to hold it every year and not every other year.  

See you in the Big Easy.


One Response to “B.I. Conference 2010”

  1. Tim said

    Hi Alan,
    May I share information about the BI Conference 2010 among my colleagues on

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