Mile Hi Power BI Monthly Meeting with Marco Russo

Mile Hi Power BI User Group
Mile Hi Power BI User Group
Public group

Microsoft Denver HQ

7595 Technology Way Suite 400 · Denver, CO

How to find us

4th floor - Microsoft, left at receptionist desk down hallway to Maroon Bells conference rooms

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Details

NOTE: Date and Location change for this meeting!

• Food/Networking - 5:30-6:00
Sponsored by: LBMC Data Insights (http://lbmc.com/datainsights)

• Intros/Recap Power BI News - 6:00-6:30

• DAX Filter Context in 1 hour by Marco Russo - 6:45-7:45

Understanding evaluation contexts is the key to understand DAX and to start thinking in DAX. In this session we will start from the basics of evaluation context and explain in depth the role of filter context and row context in DAX expressions, providing several examples of formulas where following the flow of contexts in the correct way is mandatory to make a sense out of the numbers computed.

At the end of the session you will have a clearer idea of the importance of evaluation context and you will probably look at your DAX code in a different way.

Marco Russo

Marco is a business intelligence consultant and mentor. He first started working on Analysis Services in 1998, back when Analysis Services was known as OLAP Services.

A veteran of end-to-end projects, Marco wrote several books with Alberto Ferrari about Power BI, Analysis Service, and Power Pivot. They also regularly write articles and white papers that are available on sqlbi.com. Marco is a Microsoft MVP and an SSAS Maestro, the highest level of certification on Microsoft Analysis Services.

Today, Marco focuses his time with SQLBI customers, traveling extensively to train and consult on DAX and data modeling for Power BI and Analysis Services. Marco also teaches public classes worldwide.

Marco is a regular speaker at international conferences like Microsoft Ignite, PASS Summit, and Sqlbits. He also enjoys delivering evening sessions at local user groups during his trips.

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