Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Books about data warehousing

[Did I mention that SQL Server 2005 has the nicest wizards for setting up OLAP cubes (well, as per previous posts, haven't tried Oracle yet, but I expect any database where everyone prefers to use a tool named after a warty amphibian rather than the default software won't be that helpful) ?]
Anyhow, here's a dilemma. Those of us who do data warehousing all know that the bible is Kimball's mighty book. But what about this Microsoft SQL Server specific version? Is it likely to be half a book you already have, or is it better to have it all in one big lump?
Well, I'm off to Foyles this lunchtime to try and find out. And then expense the book on the company account. Woot!


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