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Delta Air Lines has been in the news a lot in the last couple of weeks for all the wrong reasons. News reports have been full of pictures and videos of massive lines at airports, people sleeping at gates and sob stories from stranded travelers thanks to a massive computer outage affecting all of Delta’s systems. If you’re a regular Delta traveler it’s a nightmare, and if you’re in IT for Delta, these are probably some of the worst days of your career.
In this module, you will learn how to use the Card with States Power BI Custom Visual. The Card with States allows for you to have a value displayed with an indicator that can be manually adjusted or data-driven. Check out http://okviz.com/ for more details on this and other visuals or view my previous blog posts.
Last week to honor our 9th Anniversary, we posted 9 truths and a lie about the history of Pragmatic Works and asked you to try and pick out the lie. In the poll, about half of the results correctly identified the lie, and the rest of the results were pretty scattered. Today, we're here to uncover the lie and share some of the evidence regarding the truths.
Twenty one members of the Pragmatic Works Sales Team took a trip to steamy Fenway Park last week to celebrate an awesome Q2 in software sales . The Sales Team sat in the sun-drenched seats where it was over 100 degrees with no relief other than beer and lots of water. Unfortunately, the Sox lost in a nail biter when Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera homered in the 9th inning to end the tie game. All agreed the next sporting event will be a Bruins ice hockey game. :)
I just got back from Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto. I was there with our alliance team and it was an incredible week! We joined over 16,000 other partner leaders to hear about what Microsoft has planned, how they want to work with us and to give them feedback on how things have been going.