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Using the Foreach ADO Enumerator in SSIS

By , 4 Jun 2006

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publicly available No 4-Jun-06 10:54 Available Deeksha Shenoy
1 No 14-May-09 14:13 Composing r.stropek

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r.stropek
software architects
Austria Austria
Hi, my name is Rainer Stropek. I am living a small city named Traun in Austria. Since 1993 I have worked as a developer and IT consultant focusing on building database oriented solutions. After being a freelancer for more than six years I founded a small IT consulting company together with some partners in 1999. In 2007 my friend Karin and I decided that we wanted to build a business based on COTS (component off-the-shelf) software. As a result we founded "software architects" and developed the time tracking software "time cockpit" (http://www.timecockpit.com). If you want to know more about our companies check out my blogs at http://www.software-architects.com and http://www.timecockpit.com or take a look at my profile in XING (http://www.openbc.com/hp/Rainer_Stropek2/).
 
I graduated the Higher Technical School for MIS at Leonding (A) in 1993. After that I started to study MIS at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (A). Unfortunately I had to stop my study because at that time it was incompatible with my work. In 2005 I finally finished my BSc (Hons) in Computing at the University of Derby (UK). Currently I focus on IT consulting, development, training and giving speeches in the area of .NET and WPF, SQL Server and Data Warehousing.

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