March 2019 - Power BI User Group Meeting

This is a past event

51 people went

Every 3rd Thursday of the month until May 15, 2019

Microsoft Houston

750 Town and Country Blvd., Suite 1000 (top floor) · Houston, TX

How to find us

Tenth floor of the office building, rooms will be posted in the meeting closer to date. You can also ask the front desk about the Power BI User Group.

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Details

Associated with Greater Houston Texas Power BI Users
https://pbiusergroup.com/houston

The Greater Houston Power BI User Group's meetings are a place to chat with other Power BI users from beginners to experts. You'll have the opportunity to attend interactive sessions that cover a range of topics that can help get you started, or take your already-created Power BI assets to the next level. Participation is strongly encouraged and we would welcome your ideas for presentations and additional content.

March BI Madness
Following the success of lightning talks in February, we’re continuing our efforts to get more people to the podium. We’ve got several folks ready-to-go, but we would like to have 6-8 presenters. If you would like to give a short talk on any subject related to Power BI (a particular visual, a nifty DAX technique, some add-on product, a related technology, etc.), please contact Glen ([masked]), Greg ([masked]), or Daniel ([masked]), and we’ll add you to the growing list.

Greg Bounds, IronEdge Group
Power BI Exam Questions (with answers and explanations)

Raj Rajendran, Infosys
Overriding Context in DAX formulas, Details of the Filter functions

Rodrigo Patrianova, Schlumberger
Managing Power BI Deployment and Usage in a Large Organization

George Sturrock, IronEdge Group
Creating Effective Dashboards

Sonny Childs, Slalom
New Features in Power BI

Meeting Format
Networking/Welcome/Introduction:
Time to chat and get to know everyone
User Group news and introduction
Presentations:
Depending on content and duration, the presentations may be in one
room or split into two different sessions. In either case, presentations are
interactive and audience participation is highly encouraged.
Show and Tell:
Open floor to show off what you did, get feedback on your approach, ask
questions, and collaborate with others

What to Bring:
Your laptop
Power BI projects you're building
Questions
Knowledge, expertise, and experience