Entering data in PowerBI with PowerApps & File formats for Data Engineering (IN-PERSON @ Bmatix)
26/10/2022 - Bmatix
26/10/2022 - Bmatix
Ever had the problem that you needed to adjust master data or a parameter but didn’t want to leave PowerBI?
In this session you will learn how PowerApps can improve your Power BI projects.
A variety of data file formats is used in Azure data engineering today. Everyone has worked with CSV files, but when is Avro used and what advantages does ORC offer? Selecting the appropriate format for your data engineering workloads can provide benefits in performance, scalability, and maintainability. In this session, we will look under the hood of different file formats, compare each one and examine which one to use for which use case.
Experienced BI Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Skilled in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS), SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), Power BI, Tableau, and Consulting. Strong education professional with a Bachelor of Education – BEd focused in History & Informatics from UC Leuven-Limburg.
Bmatix helps you gain greater control of your business.
We provide services in information management and business intelligence.
We bring insight into your business objectives and your organization, and into how you measure success. We have expert knowledge of leading technologies like SAP, Microsoft, SAS, Tableau, and Datastories. Our team is, brilliant, driven and proud of the realizations.
Got bitten by the business intelligence bug in my first professional experience as an analyst and I have been learning about technology and data ever since. Set on delivering excellent results that match end users’ expectations. That I’m passionate about the Microsoft BI stack would be putting it mildly – strong focus on delivering value with Azure, Power BI, SQL Server, and data in all of its forms.
|18u00||Welcome + Food & Drinks|
|18u30||Entering and adjusting data in Power BI with PowerApps (60 minutes)|
|19u45||Swipe right: matching the right file format to your data engineering workloads (60 minutes)|