I spent three days in Seattle at Microsoft Data Insight Summit, delivering a preconference day about data modeling for business users, and two workshops about DAX. All of these were sold-out, so even if you attended the conference, you might be interested in content that cover the same topics. And if you were in one of my sessions, you probably would like to get material to study. For this reason, I think it is useful to provide a complete recap here:
- Data modeling: the preconference day was based on the book Analyzing Data with Power BI and Power Pivot for Excel. We do not have a corresponding classroom course at the moment, but if you are interested in this preconference day, I and Alberto Ferrari will deliver an updated version of the Data Modeling with Power BI at PASS Summit 2017 in Seattle, on October 30, 2017.
- Learning DAX: I and Alberto Ferrari delivered two workshops introducing the DAX language to beginners. The workshops were not registered, but we have a corresponding free video course that has the same content and similar examples. Attending this free online course is a suggested preparation for the more advanced Mastering DAX workshop.
- Data Visualization: this is the last day to take advantage of the launch offer for the video course Power BI Dashboard Design, saving 20$ from its list price.
You do not have any excuse now: you can get some lecture and then make practice!