Xcelsius Advanced Developer Workshop Miami

Miami, Florida
Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Xcelsius Advanced Developer Workshop Miami
Tuesday, April 19, 2011 - Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Miami Marriott Dadeland
9090 S. Dadeland Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33156
United States

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Join the Xcelsius gurus, Mike Alexander (DataPig Technologies) and Mico Yuk (Everything Xcelsius) for the their acclaimed Xcelsius Advanced Developer Workshop, April 2011 in Miami Florida!  This workshop sold out last year so make sure you get in early.  This workshop is targeted at Xcelsius developers who need to beyond simple dashboards and do apply advanced techniques such as:

• Connect to BOE Universes and Web Services
• Leverage Live Office and QaaWS Best Practices
• Connect to external SQL Server databases
• Embed Xcelsius dashboards into Excel and Access
• Pass parameters from one Xcelsius dashboard to another
• Create detailed drill-throughs in Xcelsius  using encoded URLs
• Use Xcelsius dashboards to write back to your server



...And Much More


*Click the Agenda menu selection at the top of this page to see detailed course information.





 Xcelsius Advanced Developer Workshop:  1 Seat - $1,100

This training is only done once a year, and it sold out last year don’t miss this opportunity to get in early.
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Contact Information

  • Phone: 214-578-2141
    Email: mha105@yahoo.com

Payment Instructions

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    DataPig Technologies
    7548 Preston Rd #141-136
    Frisco, TX  75034

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