Office 2007 Video - Business Intelligence

[via Stefan Gossner]

Wow, there is a bit over 1Gb over video content that can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure. I'm off to get my external USB hard drive. Below is a excerpt from the download site:

Overview

The Microsoft Office System Developers Conference 2006 featured more than 60 breakout sessions organized in eight technical tracks. In this track, you'll learn how the 2007 Microsoft Office system helps developers build smart client and browser-based BI solutions leveraging a wide array of extensible capabilities, including key performance indicators, PivotTables, Web parts and spreadsheet-based Web services. This download presents videos of the following conference sessions:

  • BI201 - Visio 2007: New Data Visualization Capabilities and Solutions (BI201_Morein.wmv)
  • BI301 - Excel 2007: Programming Business Intelligence Features (BI301_Gupta.wmv)IMPORTANT Due to technical issues, this session has been removed temporarily.
  • BI302 - Excel 2007: Building Business Intelligence Solutions Using Excel and SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services (BI302_Netz_Folting.wmv).
    IMPORTANT Due to technical issues, this session has been removed temporarily.
  • BI303 - Developing User Defined Functions for Excel 2007 and Excel Services (BI303_Khen_Jones.wmv)
  • BI304 - SharePoint Server 2007: Building Data-Rich BI Site Solutions (BI304_Datars.wmv)
  • BI305 - Business Scorecard Manager 2005: Extensibility and Advanced Solutions (BI305_Tien_Tomai.wmv)
    IMPORTANT Due to technical issues, this session has been removed temporarily.
  • BI306 - SharePoint Server 2007: Building Custom Solutions with Excel Services (BI306_Khen_Prish.wmv)

 

To view all eight technical tracks and 63 breakout sessions, please visit the Microsoft Office System Developers Conference 2006 portal on the MSDN Office Developer Center.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=aafbc288-9f1e-4398-ae06-617cefec5823&DisplayLang=en

[Update] The pesky download button (why isn't it just a URL?) keeps opening in Windows Media player - I just want to download these videos and play them later. I ended up having to go into Media player and tell it that it was not to handle .wmv files, what a pain.

Print | posted on Saturday, October 28, 2006 10:27 PM

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