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How to Become an SSRS Report Writer
The role of a Report Writer is heavily entrenched in translating business requirements typically from the business analyst into queries using T-SQL, MDX or DAX in Reporting Services (SSRS). Most of the Report Writer’s job is focused on his or her query skills and ability to understand where the data might live in SQL Server or a cube in SSAS.
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STEP-BY-STEP PLAN FOR SSRS MASTERY
The Learning Path includes classes offered as part of your On-Demand Learning package. You can also choose some of the optional certification tests from Microsoft. Because you’re so close to achieving your MCSA: BI Reporting with only two tests, I added the Excel classes needed to give you the information for the certification (two tests).
Classes to Take
Pragmatic Works’ On-Demand Learning classes are constantly being updated and re-recorded to make sure you have the latest info about SSRS and SSAS. T-SQL is the core skill included since it’s the foundation of most BI development projects. Here’s a list of classes we recommend taking in the proper order: