MSDN Webcast: Building Adaptive Applications with SQL Server Data Mining (Level 300)
MSDN Webcast: Building Adaptive Applications with SQL Server Data Mining (Level 300)
Code de l'événement : 1032356232
Langue(s) : Anglais.
Produit(s) : Microsoft SQL Server.
Public(s) : Programmeur/développeur professionnel.
There are many interesting and well-known uses of data mining for business analysis. However, for the application developer, data mining can also be useful for building adaptive, "intelligent" applications. In this webcast, we demonstrate how to build a simple application with Microsoft SQL Server Data Mining  that collects data about usage as it goes along, and then uses that data to offer smart defaults—a truly adaptive application.

Presenter: Donald Farmer, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation

Donald Farmer has worked in the Microsoft Business Intelligence team since 2001. He has worked on both the Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services and Integration Services product teams. Donald is now a principal program manager for SQL Server Analysis Services, working to build a seamless integration of predictive and exploratory analytics with the Microsoft business intelligence offering. Donald is a popular speaker at international events for both business and technical audiences on a wide range of topics, such as data integration, information quality, metadata intelligence, master data management, and predictive analytics. He is the author of a number of articles and books, including The Rational Guide to Extending SSIS 2005 (Rational Press, 2007). Prior to joining Microsoft, Donald worked not only in business intelligence, but also in fields as varied as medieval archaeology and fish farming.


If you have questions or feedback, contact us.

 

S'inscrire à un événement
Durée : 1 heure(s)
Inscrivez-vous