Upcoming Power BI and Azure SSAS training in the UK, Israel and the Netherlands

If you have some training budget to spare why not come along to one of the pre-conference seminars/training courses I have coming up in the next few months? Specifically:

  • Introduction to Azure Analysis Services – a pre-conference seminar on Thursday 22nd February at SQLBits 2018 in London. You’ll learn about what Azure Analysis Services is, why you should use it and how to build Tabular models for it. More details and registration here.
  • Power BI for analysts and developers – a three-day course covering the whole Power BI development lifecycle in Herzliya, Israel, on March 12th-14th. Full agenda and registration here.
  • Loading and transforming data in Power BI and Power Query – a pre-conference seminar on Friday 23rd March before the Dutch Power BI User Day in Utrecht. It will cover everything you need to know about the Query Editor in Power BI and Excel, going from the basics to more advanced topics such as parameters, functions and the M language. Full agenda here.

Incidentally, if you’re in London for SQLBits don’t forget to come to the London Power BI User Group meeting on Wednesday 21st February: I’m doing a panel discussion with various other Power BI folks. I’m also going to be speaking at the Dublin Data and BI Summit (run by the Power BI User Group) at the end of April, and at several other user groups later in the year; follow me on Twitter (I’m now @cwebb_bi) to find out the details when they’re available. I hope to see you at one of these events!

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