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Posted Jun 22, 2005

TDWI Announces World Conference - Summer 2005 in San Diego: August 14-19

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From The Data Warehousing Institute]

SEATTLE, June 20, 2005--The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI), the leading provider of business intelligence and data warehousing education and research, has announced that its Summer 2005 World Conference will be held in San Diego, CA, August 14-19. The six-day event offers senior executives, as well as business intelligence and data warehousing professionals a chance to gather and explore the latest trends and technologies with industry-leading experts.

TDWI will offer more than 60 different courses in San Diego, direct access to leading business intelligence and data warehousing solutions providers, and peer networking sessions. TDWI will also offer its Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP) examinations.

View TDWI's San Diego 2005 conference brochure at: http://info.101com.com/default.asp?id=16114

The article continues at http://www.tdwi.org/sandiego2005



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