Tag: Power BI Online Course

Geospatial Analysis – New Course on Enterprise DNA

We’re extremely excited to announce that we’re launching a new course called Geospatial Analysis in Power BI. This is discussed by Paul Lucassen, one of our Enterprise DNA experts and is the first of two parts. One thing that really excites us is the fact that Paul, who founded Netherlands-based company Lucassen Consulting, has been

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New Course Release – Advanced Data Transformations & Modeling

Power BI Advanced Data Transformations & Modeling Online Course

You can view details around the new course here – Advanced Data Transformations and Modeling Exciting times here at Enterprise DNA as I’m releasing yet another course into Enterprise DNA Online. The Advanced Data Transformations and Modeling course has been a work in progress for some time as I wanted to make sure that I

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Enterprise DNA Learning Summit – November 2017

Enterprise DNA Free 3-Day Online Learning Summit

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

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Join us at Enterprise DNA!

We’re growing and want people in the Power BI and analytics community to join us. We’re not your conventional firm, we’re more agile than that and are looking for a variety of people who can add value to our organisation by doing some of the below. Types of activities we need people for include; Writing blogs

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The ‘Definitive Guide to Power BI’ now released!

I’m very excited to announce the released of the latest online training from Enterprise DNA. The ‘Definitive Guide to Power BI’ is likely the most comprehensive and resources rich training anywhere for Power BI. We’ve included things in the course that the community is desperately wanting like; demo datasets and pre-built Power BI models. These

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