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Creating and Publishing A Power BI Custom Visual to AppSource
Power BI offers an incredibly extensive custom visualization framework and the world is (almost) your oyster when it comes to what you can do. There's plenty of great visuals out there already, but what happens when you really want something that just doesn't seem to be out there and... why hasn't someone else built it yet? It can't be that hard to do... right? Can I really do it myself? This session covers the journey of the conception and development of the Small Multiple Line Chart custom visual, some of the challenges and lessons learned along the way, and the process of self-publishing visuals through the AppSource platform for general availability in the marketplace. About Speaker: Daniel Marsh-Patrick BI & Applications Lead, Metlifecare I've spent 16 years in full-stack development, QA and process engineering. Got bitten by the BI bug around 10 years ago. Doubled-down immediately upon getting introduced to what would eventually become Power BI. I've recently released my first custom visual, the Small Multiples Line Chart, via AppSource.

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    NZ BI User Group started on August 2012. New Zealand Business Intelligence and Power BI User Group started on August 2012. This group covers all technical sessions about Microsoft BI and Power BI technologies. We cover topics on data analysis, analytics and information management. Our session covers introductory to expert level audience. We cover technologies below: Power BI, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS, MDX, Data Mining, Master Data Services, DQS, Azure Data Factory, Azure Machine Learning, Cortana Analytics… Our meetings usually schedules at last Wednesday of each month in Microsoft Auckland.

    NZ BI User Group is an official PASS (Professional Association of SQL Server) Chapter, and also official Power BI User Group of Microsoft.

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