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Marcel Franke

I'm a Data Warehouse consultant based in Germany (Europe) with over 6 years of experience in building and designing Data Warehouses based on the Microsoft platform. I'm part of the pmOne Solutions team supporting the largest Data Warehouse installations on SQL Server in the German speaking area (Germany, Austria and Switzerland).
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PASS Business Analytics Conference 2015 – Day 2 23 Apr 2015
Good morning. So we here go with the second day of the PASS BA Conference. After a really good first day todays keynote started with a Lady I have never heard before. Her name is Mico Yuk, CEO of BI Brainz and she is a great lady. And although it was very hard to have […]

PASS Business Analytics Conference 2015 – Day 1 22 Apr 2015
This is my first time to visit the PASS Business Analytics Conference and so I want to take the chance to give a wrap up of my impressions of the first day. The conference takes place in Santa Clara and I personally think that California as a great place to be. The sunny weather makes […]

Recap SQL Server Conference 2015 – A Kickoff to new era 16 Feb 2015
After 3 fantastic days at the SQL Server Conference 2015 in Darmstadt I would like to take the chance to take a short recap. First of all I would like to say thank you to our German PASS Community for organizing this great conference and to all the volunteers, sponsors and speakers that helped to ...

Big Data = Big Fun – The worldwide first Microsoft carnival session 12 Feb 2015
I think today was a very historic day. Ralph, de Bräd,  Kemperdick (Microsoft Germany), organized the worldwide first carnival session at Microsoft in Cologne. Together with some other Jecks (Hilmar, Christos, Tillman and me) we presented some funny sessions about Big Data and we had a lot of ...

2014 in review 05 Jan 2015
The WordPress.com stats helper prepared a 2014 annual report for my blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 91,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 4 days for that many people to see ...