Big annoucement this week!
The first Enterprise DNA Learning Summit will be held through the middle of November (which is next week). You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog.
You can find all details and registration here at this link – Enterprise DNA Learning Summit
I’ve received plenty of feedback over the last few months around the webinar series that I’ve been running, so this is going to be a great opportunity to review many Power BI tips and techniques over a short space of time that have been requested and communicated to me.
I’ve worked hard to formulate 3 sessions that I’m spacing out over 4 days. The idea is to cover an entire reporting solution end to end, and showcase many development and content distribution techniques in the process.
You’re going to see and understand how Power BI is not just a great visualization tool, but also a really powerful analytical engine that enables you to find really high quality insights, and then gives you the ability to distribute those insights very effectively within your organisations.
I’ll be covering a number of advanced techniques around the DAX formula language and also some analytical techniques around forecasting and scenario analysis (among many other tips). This is the material I enjoy showcasing the most because it’s where the real value of using Power BI becomes very quickly evident.
Here’s a breakdown of everything that I’ll be covering through the week;
Day 1 – Report Development Techniques
Data visualization techniques
Day 2 – Time Intelligence & Forecasting
Budgeting / Forecasting
Day 3 – Scenario Analysis & Power BI Online Service
What if parameters
Bookmarks / Drill downs
Online Service – Reports, Dashboarding, Q&A, Row Level Security, App Workspaces
For all the specifics and registration view this link – Enterprise DNA Learning Summit
I’ll keep you informed throughout the week of all session links, replays and downloads – all you have to do is register.
This is going to be a really great event, I’ve put a lot of time into the content and session structure and I’m confident any Power BI user will get a lot out of it.
Look forward to seeing you live during the virtual sessions.