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This was the only store in KC to close in the 2020 JCP bankruptcy closures. Nearby Kansas lost Salina, Emporia, and Liberal in the same round.

 

Bolger Square is a small power center that was previously anchored by Dick's Sporting Goods, JCP, Target Greatland, and contained a small Payless ShoeSource store.

 

Dick's moved to part of the Sears store at Independence Center Mall, JCP closed in 2020, Payless Closed in their bankruptcy, and Target is still there, but the "Greatland" banner has been dropped across the board.

Lobby of Powercenter auditorium during intermission, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

This was the only store in KC to close in the 2020 JCP bankruptcy closures. Nearby Kansas lost Salina, Emporia, and Liberal in the same round.

 

Bolger Square is a small power center that was previously anchored by Dick's Sporting Goods, JCP, Target Greatland, and contained a small Payless ShoeSource store.

 

Dick's moved to part of the Sears store at Independence Center Mall, JCP closed in 2020, Payless Closed in their bankruptcy, and Target is still there, but the "Greatland" banner has been dropped across the board.

This was the only store in KC to close in the 2020 JCP bankruptcy closures. Nearby Kansas lost Salina, Emporia, and Liberal in the same round.

 

Bolger Square is a small power center that was previously anchored by Dick's Sporting Goods, JCP, Target Greatland, and contained a small Payless ShoeSource store.

 

Dick's moved to part of the Sears store at Independence Center Mall, JCP closed in 2020, Payless Closed in their bankruptcy, and Target is still there, but the "Greatland" banner has been dropped across the board.

On our last night out on our Washington/Oregon road trip we wanted to camp in the shadow of Mt. Shasta. Using my iPad, we located a free camping area on the shore of Lake Shastina, and followed some back roads to get there.

 

The iPad was a great tool for a road trip. We instantly had a "guide book" and history lesson for every place we visited, and we used it to help find local motels, camping sites, hikes, and restaurants. The map function was particularly seductive, as we were able to examine roads in great detail to find routes that do not show on a large scale paper map.

 

"The journey not the arrival matters." -- T. S. Eliot (possibly)

 

14,179 feet (4,322 m)

Not Big Enough.

 

Jumping from the mundane discussion of iPads and the height of mountains, you should know that Mt Shasta is considered by some to be the home of the Lemurians, an ancient and lost civilization. The interior of Mt Shasta just might contain a labyrinth of jewel lined passageways and soaring temples and underground gardens.

 

In any case, Mt. Shasta is considered one of the most sacred mountains in the United States.

This is my largest picture to date at a whopping 67.35 MB! This is a panoramic of the Parmatown Plaza shopping center adjacent to the Parmatown Mall. This shopping center is set to be fully renovated in 2014.

 

Parmatown Plaza - 7899 West Ridgewood Drive in Parma, Ohio

Informatica Overview:

 

Informatica is one of the widely used ETL Tool for extracting the source data and loading it into the target after applying the required transformation. It provides a single enterprise data integration platform to help organization access, transform, and integrate data from a large variety of systems and deliver information to other transactional systems.

 

Training Objectives of Informatica:

 

Informatica Supports the activity Process of the Business Integration Competency Center (ICC) and other integration experts by Serving as the foundation for data warehousing, data consolidation, migration, “single-view,” metadata management and synchronization. The Course we provide will give you Advance skills and Advance development knowledge to developers. In addition students shall be exposed to “Performance Oriented tuning techniques”, and some special features of the Tool.

 

Target Students and Prerequisites:

 

Students must have basic knowledge on Data Ware housing and SQL and PL/SQL Concepts. Students must be familiar with Concepts in Oracle database and its functionality.

 

INFORMATICA ONLINE TRAINING COURSE

Duration: 4 – 5 Weeks

 

Data Warehouse Concepts:

 

Introduction to Data warehouse

 

What is Data warehouse and why we need Data warehouse

 

OLTP vs ODS vs Data warehouse

 

Dimensional modeling

 

Star schema/Snowflake schema/Galaxy schema

 

Dimensions / Facts tables.

 

Slowly Changing Dimensions and its types.

 

Data Staging Area

 

Different types of Dimensions and Facts.

 

Data Mart vs Data warehouse

 

DWH Approaches: Ralph Kimball’s vs Bill Inmon’s

 

Informatica Power Center 9:

 

Software Installation:

 

Informatica 9 Server/Client Installation on Windows/Unix.

 

Power Center Architecture and Components:

 

Introduction to Informatica Power Center

 

Difference Between Power Center and Power Mart

 

PowerCenter 9 architecture

 

PowerCenter 7 architecture vs PowerCenter 8 and 9 architecture

 

Extraction, Transformation and loading process

 

Power Center tools: Designer, Workflow manager, Workflow Monitor,

 

Repository Manager, Informatica Adminstration Console.

 

Repository Server and agent

 

Repository maintenance

 

Repository Server Administration Console

 

Security, Repository, privileges and folder permissions

 

Metadata extensions

 

Power Center Developer Topics:

 

Lab 1- Create a Folder.

 

How to provide Previllages

 

Source Object Definitions

 

Source types

 

- Relational Tables (Oracle, Teradata)

- Flat Files (fixe width, Delimiter Files)

- Xml Files

- COBOL Files

- Sales Force

 

Source properties

 

Lab 2- Analyze Source Data, Import Source.

 

Target Object Definitions

 

- Target types

- Target properties

 

Lab 3- Import Targets

 

Transformation Concepts

 

Transformation types and views

 

Transformation features and ports

 

Informatica functions and data types

 

Mappings

 

Mapping components

 

Source Qualifier transformation

 

Pre SQL and Post SQL

 

Mapping validation

 

Data flow rules

 

Lab 4 –Create a Mapping, session, and workflow

 

Workflows

 

Workflow Tools

 

Workflow Structure and configuration

 

Workflow Tasks

 

Workflow Design and properties

 

Session Tasks

 

Session Task properties

 

Session components

 

Transformation overrides

 

Session partitions

 

Workflow Monitoring

 

Workflow Monitor views

 

Monitoring a Server

 

Actions initiated from the workflow Monitor

 

Gantt chart View and Task view.

 

Lab 6 – Start and Monitor a Workflow

 

Debugger

 

Debugger features

 

Debugger windows

 

Tips for using the Debugger

 

Lab 7 –The Debugger

 

Expression transformation

 

Expression, variable ports, storing previous record values.

 

Different type of Ports

 

Input/ output / Variable ports and Port Evaluation

 

Filter transformation

 

Filter properties

 

Lab 8- Expression and Filter

 

Aggregator transformation

 

Aggregation function and expressions

 

Aggregator properties

 

Using sorted data

 

Incremental Aggregation

 

Joiner transformation

 

Joiner types

 

Joiner conditions and properties

 

Joiner usage and Nested joins

 

Lab 9 – Aggregator, Heterogeneous join

 

Working with Flat files

 

Importing and editing flat file sources & Targets

 

Lab Session – Use Flat file as source.

 

Sorter transformation

 

Sorter properties

 

Sorter limitations

 

Lab 10 – Sorter

 

Propagate Attributes.

 

Shared Folder and Working with shortcuts.

 

Informatica built in functions.

 

Lookup transformation

 

Lookup principles

 

Lookup properties

 

Lookup techniques

 

Connected and unconnected lookups.

 

Lookup Caches

 

Lab 11 – Basic and Advance Lookup

 

Target options

 

Row type indicators

 

Row loading operations

 

Constraint- based loading

 

Rejected row handling options

 

Lab 12 – Deleting Rows

 

Update Strategy transformation

 

Update strategy expressions

 

Lab 13 – Data Driven Inserts and Rejects

 

Router transformation

 

Using a router

 

Router groups

 

Lab 14 – Router

 

Conditional Lookups

 

Usage and techniques

 

Advantage

 

Functionality

 

Lab 15 – Straight Load

Lab 16 – Conditional Lookups

 

Heterogeneous Targets

 

Heterogeneous target types

 

Target type conversions and limitations

 

Lab 17 – Heterogeneous Targets

 

Mapplets

 

Functionality and Advantages

 

Mapplet types and structure

 

Mapplet limitations

 

Lab 18 – Mapplets

 

Reusable transformations

 

Advantages

 

Limitations

 

Promoting and copying transformations

 

Lab 19 – Reusable transformations

 

Sequence Generator transformation

 

Using a sequence Generator

 

Sequence Generator properties

 

Dynamic Lookup

 

Dynamic lookup theory

 

Usage and functionality

 

Advantages

 

Lab 20 – Dynamic Lookup

 

Concurrent and sequential WorkflowsStopping, Starting and suspending tasks and workflows

 

Concurrent Workflows

Sequential Workflows

Lab 21 – Sequential Workflow

 

Additional TransformationsLab Sessions- For above transformations

 

Union Transformation

Rank transformation

Normalizer transformation

Custom Transformation

Transformation Control transformation

XML Transformation

SQL Trasnformation

Stored Procedure Transformation

External procedure Transformation

SQL Transformation

Error Handling

 

Overview of Error Handling Topics

 

Lab 22 – Error handling fatal and non Fatal

 

Workflow Tasks:

 

Command

Email

Decision

Timer

Control

Even Raise and Wait

Sequential Batch Processing

Parllel Batch Processing

 

Lab Sessions – With Workflow tasks

 

Link Conditions

 

Team Based Development

 

Version Control

 

Checking out and checking in objects.

 

Performance Tuning

 

Overview of System Environment

 

Identifying Bottlenecks.

 

Optimizing Source, Target, mapping, Transformation, session.

 

Mapping Parameters and Variables

 

Introduction to Mappng Variables and Parameters

 

Creating Mapping Variables and Updating Variables

 

Creating Parameter File and associating file to a Session

 

System Variables

 

Variables functions

 

Lab 26 – Override Mapping Variable with Parameter Files

Lab 27 – Dynamically Updating a Source Qualifier with Mapping Variable

 

Slowly Changing Dimensions Type 1, Type 2, Type 3

 

Incremental Loading

 

Lab 28– SCD 1, 2, 3

 

Reusable Workflow Tasks

 

WorkLets

 

Worklets Limitation

 

Sessions

 

Reusable Sessions

 

Lab 29 – Create Worklets using Tasks

 

Command Line Interface ( PMCMD)

 

Overview of PMCMD and functions.

 

Overview of PMREP and functions.

 

Lab 30 : PMCMD

 

PMREP

 

Informatica Migrations:

 

Copying Objects

 

Objects export and import (XML)

 

Deployment groups

 

Workflows Scheduling:

 

Using Informatica

 

Unix crontab, third party tools.

 

Lab 30: Informatica Project- Case Study

 

Sales Data mart.

 

Loading Dimensions and Facts.

 

ETL Best Practices and methodologies

 

Review the Industry best practices in ETL Development

 

Review Real time project experiences of trainer

 

Discuss what is learned techniques are useful in real world

 

How to design effective ETL process

 

Important considerations in designing ETL process

 

Discuss real world production issues and support

 

Discuss various roles in ETL world

 

Business Analyst, System Analyst

 

System Architect

 

Technical Architect, ETL Lead

 

Stakeholders, Business users

 

Effective ways of using Data warehouse

 

Review various BI Reporting methods

 

Q/A-Interview preparation/Placements

 

Answer students questions

 

Tips for interview preparation

 

How we can assist in placement and future growth

 

Discuss other related technologies like Business Intelligence (BI)

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This is the Power Center for Performing Arts on the central campus of the University of Michigan. Designed by architects Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo, formerly associates of Eero Saarinen, the Power Center opened in 1971. No seat in the theater is farther than eighty feet from the stage. The spacious soaring lobby provides views of the surrounding landscape through tall windows such as these, especially enchanting at sunset time. U of M Power Center

 

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This is the Power Center for Performing Arts on the central campus of the University of Michigan. Designed by architects Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo, formerly associates of Eero Saarinen, the Power Center opened in 1971. No seat in the theater is farther than eighty feet from the stage. I took this photo on April 17, 2015 as family members and I waited for the start of the performance. It was very good. University of Michigan Power Center

 

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because, really, how much is too much.

 

ugh. i'm getting super sick of myself. i am kinda looking forward to the end of this project....

PinHolga 50mm f/168

For some time I thought there should be a better solution to the problem I had of trying to remember which Wall Wart was in which outlet and how long it had been charging which Ni-Cad. I decided that there had to be a good way to keep all of my nearly 30 Wall Warts..(and I bet lots of people have this many WW's...or more...!) in some kind of order.

 

So...I gathered them all in one place and fixed up this Power Center to help me maintain...or restore?...my sanity. The Notes on the photo should explain the basics. I have one Main power strip, (with the red switch) that feeds several others. My Wall Warts are plugged into this set up and this allows me to switch them ALL off or on at one time. I knew that keeping a Wall Wart plugged in used a small amount of current even when it was not charging, so this keeps me out of trouble with the Green Police.

 

My general method of doing Battery Maintenance is to connect the depleted battery to the correct cord or holder, turn on the Master switch and let that battery...or batteries...come up to full charge. Of course, as this happens any of the other batteries that are plugged in or in a holder base also get 'topped off' again...(unless I disconnect them). Most of the time, I probably have this activated for 4-12 hours a week, just long enough to keep things fully charged but NOT having anything in the 'forgotten status' and leaving it on a charger for days, weeks or months.. Be honest now, bet we all have done that at one time??

 

I have thought about adding a timer to this that might automatically turn on the strip power for an hour each week....and that I could also 'set and forget' when I am actively charging a battery or device....but...so far just have not felt the real need for this. The Kill-A-Watt is a useful tool here. It shows the total power drain during operation. In this photo, it indicates 51 watts are being used. The high-intensity light is on this circuit so with it off, the current is much lower...10--30 watts is a 'normal' reading with 3-6 things in charge mode.

 

Since we all have widely different requirements, I've not shown each and every part of this...there are more WW's, etc to the left side, but this does show the basics of my arrangement.

This is the Power Center for Performing Arts on the central campus of the University of Michigan. Designed by architects Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo, formerly associates of Eero Saarinen, the Power Center opened in 1971. No seat in the theater is farther than eighty feet from the stage. The massive concrete columns and mirrored glass are evidence of architectural forms dating back to ancient Greece. University of Michigan Power Center

 

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From an old eBay listing. Looking north from the original 40-acre campus, the view shows the Burton Memorial Tower (Albert Kahn, 1936) and the newly-completed Rackham Building (Smith, Hinchman, Grylls, 1938). Not yet in evidence is the Carl Milles fountain on the mall, which was added in 1940, a memorial to Thomas McIntyre Cooley, former U-M Professor of Law, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, first president of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

 

At the photo's upper left is the old Ann Arbor High School, opened in 1907, which became the U-M Frieze Building in 1957. (An addition to Frieze in 1957 occupied the 100 block of South Thayer Street, which was closed for this purpose; the addition and the original building were demolished in 2007, when construction of North Quad commenced.) At lower right one may glimpse a portion of the Waterman and Barbour Gymnasiums, which were torn down in 1977. A veritable forest of trees marks Felch Park, site of the original Village Burying Ground, now the front lawn of the Power Center for the Performing Arts.

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In Ann Arbor and want to see the exhibit?

The Power Center lobby will be open to the public at the following times:

 

Sunday, June 22: 4–7pm

Tuesday, June 24: 7–10pm

Thursday, June 26: 7–10pm

Saturday, June 28: 7–10pm

Sunday, June 29: 7–10pm

Wednesday, July 2: 7–10pm

Thursday, July 3: 7–10pm

Friday, July 4: 4–10pm

Saturday, July 5: 7–10pm

 

The Waifs @ Power Center, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on June 24, 2008.

  

Videos from show:

Sweetest Dream

Take It In

Love Serenade

Michael's Arts & Crafts is relocating for the third time to a new location along Airport Boulevard in Mobile. The latest store will occupy the site of a former 22,000 square foot Barnes & Noble book store which operated for more than 15 years at the prominent space i Springdale Plaza.

 

Adjacent to it will be the first Ulta Cosmetics store in the South Alabama market. I'm surprised Ulta didn't spring for a slot in the nearby Festival Centre power center years ago, but this location at Springdale Plaza gives them visibility from the super-regional Bel Air Mall just across the street.

Self-portrait outside the Power Center on the evening of the artist reception for my exhibit. I believe there is some kind of warping in the mirror-like glass that has elongated my face (and body) some, but has shortened Rich's face. ;)

 

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