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PowerPivotPro is Coming to Phoenix

February 20 - 22, 2018

Registration for 2018 Public Training is now open!

AVAILABLE CLASSES

**Use the discount code “3ORMORE” when signing up 3 or more people.

FEBRUARY 20 - 21

Foundations: Power Pivot & Power BI

Instructor: Kellan Danielson

Super charge your analytics and reporting skills with Microsoft’s dynamic duo. Designed to handle huge volumes of data, these tools will transform the way you work! Two Days in our class and you are EMPOWERED!

  • Learn Microsoft’s secret weapon behind Power Pivot & Power BI: DAX
  • Taught by Kellan Danielson – PowerPivotPro Partner and Vice President of Client Services
  • You don’t need to be an IT professional – most of our students come from an Excel background

FEBRUARY 20 - 21

Level Up Series: Advanced DAX

Instructor: Ryan Sullivan

The Advanced DAX Course was such a hit in the first half of 2017 that we’ve expanded the course to 2 days!

Overview

  • This advanced DAX training class is taught completely in Power BI Desktop.
  • Students are encouraged to take our Foundations course and have hands on experience with the DAX language.
  • Taught by Ryan Sullivan – Principal Consultant.
  • Class material drawn from usage of Advanced DAX applications while consulting with hundreds of international firms.

FEBRUARY 22

Level Up Series: Power Query for Excel & Power BI

Instructor: Krissy Dyess

The second class in the series is our Level Up Series is Power Query for Excel & Power BI.

  • Students are encouraged to take our Foundations course and have hands on experience with Power Query in Excel or Power BI Desktop.
  • Taught by Krissy Dyess – PowerPivotPro Principal Consultant and Phoenix native!
  • We will cover common to unique business challenges made easy with Power Query’s data wrangling capabilities.
  • Intermediate to Advanced Level Power Query best practices distilled into easy to understand patterns to apply to your most common business challenges.
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PowerPivot Workbooks as Interactive Web Apps – Try it Yourself!

Bill Jelen and I talk a lot about a few recurring topics.  One of our favorites:  it’s one thing to be told that PowerPivot workbooks can be transformed into web applications with a simple Save As, and quite another thing to see it for yourself.

I don’t know why there’s a difference, but there is – you’re looking at something in your browser, it’s an interactive application, and then you remind yourself, “oh yeah, I built this in Excel,” and a light bulb comes on.  I see that effect every day when I show people for the first time.

Try Out Bill’s Apps, and Send in Your Own

To test that on a broader scale, Bill decided to take his site on HostedPowerPivot.com and open it up to the community, which I think is really quite cool.

Right now he only has two applications shared out publicly – he’s going to let YOU send in workbooks that he will review and publish.  He’s also got some PowerPivot gear to give away.

Watch the short video here for a quick tour, explanation, and instructions on submitting workbooks

Then, go check out the site itself:

http://mrexcel.hostedpowerpivot.com

Username:  MRXL@pivotstream.com
Password:  P0werP!vot

NOTE:  that first “0” in the password is a zero, not a letter.

Have fun!

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Rob Collie

One of the founding engineers behind Power Pivot during his 14-year career at Microsoft, and creator of the world’s first cloud Power Pivot service, Rob is one of the foremost authorities on self-service business intelligence and next-generation spreadsheet technology. 

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. I am trying to get to that website and it fails to log me in. On your site you list the password as POwerP!vot. in the email you listed it as PowerP!vot neither seem to work?

  2. Rob, I think I found the password on YouTube with a video link by Bill Jeleen it is P0werP!vot – second digit is a zero according to Bill

  3. Hi, I’ve seen the Youtube video and the site. The possibility to publish a PowerPivot workbook it is very interesting and useful. I’d like to try this capacity, and so I’ve saved my workbooks as a web page and tried to publish to SharePoint, but any user interactions are lost. Is it possible to have further details, please? Thanks

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