NYC SharePoint Developers User Group

  • August 15, 2012 · 5:30 PM
  • Microsoft Office NYC - 6th Floor

SPEAKER: Neil Barkhina, MCAD Certified professional and Gig-Werks Guy!

SUBJECT: PowerPivot, PowerView and PerformancePoint: A walkthrough of Microsoft’s 3 P’s of BI

Traditionally complex business intelligence has always suffered from a steep learning curve with SQL Analysis Services and multi-dimensional Cubes. With the introduction of the Business Intelligence Semantic Model, also known as the Tabular Model, we now can deliver first class reports and dashboards with little or no startup time. Within a one hour demo we will transform the raw Northwind database which was never designed for complex reporting into a Business intelligence powerhouse using the next generation of Microsoft’s BI technologies running on SharePoint.



Neil Barkhina is an MCAD Certified professional with nearly seven years of experience working with .NET technologies. He specializes in web development and SharePoint technologies and has worked on numerous projects including Leading Development on a SharePoint Intranet site for the largest real estate firm in New York. He is currently on the board of the New York City SharePoint Developers User Group and a SharePoint Virtual Technical Specialist for Microsoft.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Presentation as an overview, was well done. In general, I would like to see each of the parts broken down and applied to real world examples.

    August 17, 2012

  • William S.

    The Group is a good platform for exposure to many concepts. This presentation was just that. It was an exposure to concepts about BI that allow us to see what is coming. Nicely done.
    I would start demos during the "pizza time" so that a "pre-exposure" can illustrate what is going to be discussed. This would allow people to see examples of what the presentation is going to be on, prior to the 6:00 start.

    August 16, 2012

  • Rosalind R.

    Can anyone point me to a developer interested in screen/content sharing based on skype's API and other screen sharing platforms?

    August 14, 2012

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