Thanks to everyone who registered for my webinar on Tuesday. We covered a lot of great content on growing your data career and I appreciate all your comments and feedback. If you missed the session, you can watch it here but I’d like to provide a quick summary of some important takeaways from the session.
Welcome back to another episode of This Week In Data! If you missed our previous episodes, you can watch them here. In this week's episode, we're answering the question, "What is the Internet of Things?"
Welcome back to another episode of This Week In Data! In our first episode, Adam and Devin debated the value of certifications. In this week's episode, we're discussing the right way to ask for help.
Hello everyone! You may have seen our most recent summer release blog showing off the latest and greatest features for the Pragmatic Works software tools. In that release, we announced that users can now create annotations for their tests in LegiTest. With this new feature, users can create a category or name and include whatever information they would like. This information will then be made visible in LegiTest Server. To get you familiar with how this function works, we've created a short demonstration:
We know you you've been dying to know, what is TWID? Drumroll please.... We're excited to announce the launch of This Week In Data! This Week In Data is a weekly video podcast hosted by Adam Jorgensen and Devin Knight that discusses important news and topics within the data world. The goal of the series is to drive thoughtful conversations that address questions and concerns you may have about data culture.
In this module, you will learn how to use the Bullet Chart Power BI Custom Visual. The Bullet Chart serves as a replacement for poorly designed dashboard gauges and meters you might be using now. Typical gauges do not show very much information and require a lot of space on a dashboard. The Bullet Chart overcomes these flaws by allowing you to split into multiple categories (show more information) and orient the chart to fit your needs (requires less space).
As a developer, do you often find yourself frustrated with tasks that should be easier to complete? There are many different aspects of the developer role that can be tedious and drawn out. That's why we created BI xPress to simplify your experience when working inside SSDT. Let’s take a look at some common practices in a BI environment and how BI xPress makes those practices easier and smoother to implement.