Today I had the pleasure to present a session about the Microsoft PowerPlatform at the amazing #DataGrillen event in Lingen (Germany). It was my first time I had the change to come to Lingen and I definitely do not regret it..
Perfectly organized by William Durkin (t) and Ben Weissman (t), we had two nice and enjoyable days at the IT Zentrum Lingen.
As the name of the event implies, there needs to be a Grillparty (and a decent Grillparty needs beer, yes there was beer involved) .. and that happend…. at the end of the first day!
On Friday – 09:15am, first timeslot in the morning – I started my presentation about the #Microsoft #PowerPlatform – describing some of the possibilities YOU can try and work out with #PowerBI, #PowerApps and #MicrosoftFlow!
For those of you that attended my session, thanks for coming by and the cosy vibes.. I really enjoyed my session! If you are interested in the slides, you can download them >>here.
The dates for next years event are already announced: May 28th & 29th 2020! See you hopefully again in Lingen!
Thanks for attending my Hybrid Power BI session at the #MSBizAppsSummit 2019 in Atlanta. Thanks for getting there so early in the morning (8:15) and for your valuable questions and feedback!
As I promised, I will share the most current slidedeck with you. Please get in touch with me if you want the copy in your inbox!
Late but here they are – the slides of my Session “Introducing Power BI dataflows” at the Intelligent Cloud Conf in Copenhagen.
I had fun presenting in a huuuuuuuuge cinema room with an even huuuuuuuger IMAX screen.. .
Here is the PDF download of my slides:
Just a reminder for my future-me!
If you ever wanted to rename an existing Microsoft Flow and you found not way of doing it.. here is the solution:
- Just click into the name of the flow and edit the name! It is just as easy as that! 😉
Nächste Woche ist es wieder soweit – die SQLKonferenz findet wieder statt. Wieder in Darmstadt, wieder mit drei Tagen voller Sessions!
Dieses Jahr ist ein besonderes Jahr für die PASS Deutschland – wir feiern alle gemeinsam 15 Jahre PASS! Große Party am Mittwoch Abend ist angesagt..
Ich freue mich, dass ich auch heuer wieder eine Session halten darf und zwar über eines der (für mich) aktuell spannensten Themen: Power BI Dataflows
Meine Session findet am Donnerstag (21. Februar) um 11 Uhr statt – ich würde mich über deinen Besuch freuen!
Noch ist es nicht zu spät – Schnell anmelden und wir sehen uns nächste Woche in Darmstadt!
Today morning (08:00 am Austrian time on a Sunday) I had the pleasure of presenting a session at the Virtual Power BI Days (2019-01 edition).
Power BI Days are an event (mainly) organized by Jan Mulkens (t) – One day of “real” conference in Belgium on Sunday and one day of virtual conference filled with webinars.
My session today focused on Power BI dataflows, the new data preparation option of PowerBI.com.
Let your data flow – Introducing Power BI dataflows
Power BI serves as a self-service BI platform with a strong focus on data preparation and interactive analysis. With the introduction of Power BI dataflows, self-service data preparation is brought to a new level. The main concepts used are:
* Usage of common and mature technologies: data is stored as entities following the Common Data Model in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2;
* Integration: dataflows are created and managed in Power BI app workspace
* Self-Service and low-code/no-code – Power Query is used as data preparation engine
* Connectivity: dataflows will support a variety of different data sources (including cloud-based and on-premises sources)
Join this session if you would like to learn more about the basic concepts and especially see Power BI dataflows in action.
Jan will put up a recording of the session (and the slides) at recordings.powerbidays.com.
If you do not want to wait for the slides, you can download them directly from here:
Happy data flowing,
This is it – It’s day 24 of my #24DaysPowerPlatform!
When I had the first idea of this blog series, it was just a vision – and now – at the end of this series I hardly cannot believe that I kept up and wrote those 24 posts.
… more work than expected,
… more feedback than expected and
… it was more fun than expected!
As a wrap-up it’s now my part to summarize my PowerPlatform for beginners series:
Power BI focused posts
Thanks for your continued visits – I hope you like it and I happily wait for your comments and feedback!