Mike Lampa is a partner with Core Integration Partners, Inc., responsible for the Central Region operations. Prior to joining CORE, Mike was co-founder of BAG, Inc., a Dallas-based Data Warehouse/Data Integration consultancy practice. Mike specializes in data warehousing/data integration strategies, data warehouse program development, data warehouse and operational data store design, program management and project management. He teaches "Business Requirements Gathering Techniques" at TDWI's Night School, speaks at DAMA and Informatica User Group conferences and serves on the Informatica Dallas User Group Planning Committee. Mike is published in The Journal of Data Warehousing, DM Review, The Monitor (Equipment Leasing Magazine) and TDWI's online Flashpoint. Mike was recently certified by Bill Inmon & Inmon Associates as a Government Information Factory (TM) Architect.
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Contributions from Mike Lampa , Core Integration Partners, Inc.
- Data warehouse based on operational data model
- What is a surrogate key?
- Data mining and data warehouses defined
- Oracle versus SQL Server for data warehouse
- OLAP defined
- Course suggestions for learning data warehousing
- Measuring offload data
- Query on primary keys takes too long
- Can Informatica write a Mainframe file?
- Recommendations for a 7 TB data warehouse in mixed workload environment
- Testing BI applications
- Getting a job in data warehousing
- More on healthcare data warehouse star schema
- BI without ETL
- Star schema advice for healthcare data warehouse
- Data warehousing project for large insurance company
- Year values in time dimension contains zeros
- The relationship between dimensions
- Transformation SQL on the way?
- Looking for data analysis software with 'foolproof GUI'