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  1. #1
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    BI / Datawharehousing

    Hi guys

    Am not sure if i've posted this issue in the right forum. If not pls let me know which 1 is.

    I'm interested in workin in Datawharehousing or BI, so i was wondering how do i go about that. (As in which courses can i take and which books can i use). I am currently a developer.

    Pls kindly advise and u're also welcomed to ask me Qs

    Noks

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    Porbably the best place is Datasabe Concepts & Design but admittedly this is a kind of "soft" rather than "hard" question so you choose
    Chat does tend to be passed over by some of the people that might be able to help (I think)...

    Alternatively another mod might have a firmer opinion of where best to put this anyway.
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    I also cannot wait for the first person to recommend a Kimbal seminar
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    thanks pootle. so now how do i move this thread or should i delete it (if i hav access 2 do so in anycase) and post it elsewhere or can u plssssss move it for me if u can

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    Yeah - you can't alter it yourself.
    I will move to db concepts and design for you
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    thank u so much

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    first thing you gotta do, noks, is spell it correctly

    it's data warehousing, not datawharehousing

    courses? books? not until you have fully researched information available for free on the web
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    No wonder i couldn't find anything while i was searching the forum.
    Jeez i could kick myself for this

    Thanks

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