Tag: Enterprise DNA

Announcing The Enterprise DNA Scholarship Program

Today we have an exciting announcement at Enterprise DNA. We are launching our scholarship program. We have a desire at Enterprise DNA to impact all users of Power BI around the world, and with the creation of this scholarship program, we feel we can bring a wider reach to our unmatched offering of training and

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What You Will Learn During The Next Enterprise DNA Learning Summit – August 2019

Enterprise DNA Learning Summit, November 2018 - Registrations Open & Content Announcements

The next learning summit is not far away and the response from those connected to Enterprise DNA has been huge. We now have close to 1000 Power BI users registered for the event. There will be plenty of new and interesting content that will be covered during this summit. The best thing about it is

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Brand New 30 For 30 Launching This Week – 30 Video Tutorials In 30 Days

Brand New 30 For 30 Launching This Week - 30 Video Tutorials In 30 Days

Over the last couple of years, the Enterprise DNA TV channel has grown from strength to strength. We’ve gone from a low base of 0 subs up to now almost 20,000 subscribers and over 250 unique videos that can be viewed and watched by all Power BI users around the world. Currently, we average around

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Effective Power BI Reporting – Session Review and Resource Download

Effective Power BI Reporting - Session Review and Resource Download

We covered a lot in this Enterprise DNA webinar series session. I appreciate all the positive feedback. I mentioned in the lead up that I would cover a number of areas of Power BI development and we certainly did just that. As a quick summary here’s what I went through; Building quick fire data models

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Develop Advanced Scenario Analysis Models Using DAX in Power BI

Develop Advanced Scenario Analysis Models Using DAX in Power BI

I really wanted to showcase here how incredible Power BI is as an analytical tool. You can achieve so much that you might never have thought possible. Developing scenario analysis logic within Power BI models is probably my favorite technique to use, mainly because it can be so valuable to the business. Rather than just

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