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Building A Reporting Solution Using Power Query

The video of my SQLBits conference session “Building a reporting solution using Power Query” is now available to view (for free) on the SQLBits website:


It’s not your normal Power Query session about self-service ETL – instead it’s about using Power Query to create a SSRS-like reporting solution inside Excel. This is a topic I’ve been thinking about for a while, and while I have blogged about some of the tricks I show in the session (like this one about using slicers to pass parameters to Power Query) there’s a lot of new material in there too that should interest all you Power Query fans.

Of course there are literally hundreds of other great videos to watch for free at http://sqlbits.com/content/ including many others on Power BI, Power Pivot and Power Query. Alas my “Amazing Things You Can Do With Power BI” session video hasn’t been posted yet though…

[Don’t forget I’m running public Power BI and Power Query training courses in London next month! Full details at http://technitrain.com/courses.php]

8 thoughts on “Building A Reporting Solution Using Power Query

  1. Hi Chris,

    I am quite keep to watch this but the video seems to be unavailable on the sqlbits site, any idea where I could still access it? or if you have something similar that is more recent that would help too.

    Thanks very much.

    1. Chris Webb – My name is Chris Webb, and I work on the Fabric CAT team at Microsoft. I blog about Power BI, Power Query, SQL Server Analysis Services, Azure Analysis Services and Excel.
      Chris Webb says:

      It looks like the SQLBits site is broken 🙁

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