Yesterday the Power BI team released a new version of Power BI, which have included the most wanted feature ever.
The ability to share your reports outside your organisation, and easily do that. The feature was the most upvoted on the Power BI forum, and it show very clearly that Microsoft and the Power BI team is listening to the end users. Continue reading →
Today the newest CTP got released, SQL Server 2016 CTP2.4 – get it here.
Some features is in regards to Reporting Services, not much put among them is.
- Finally it is possible to re-arrange parameter input fields.
- Print from browsers
- Import to Powerpoint
Read even more here
So grab a copy and get familiarized with the newest SQL Server
The team behind Power Bi Desktop just had to top the number 42, so in this update there is 44 new features for us to play with.
Features is spread around the product on areas such as Report Authoring, Data Modeling, Data Sources and Data Transformation capabilities. The team have been very active and as they say, it is almost 2 features a day since the last update. So it is fair to say that this is a product that Microsoft invest heavily in, and the features will just keep on coming.
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Yesterday was a really good day for everyone doing Power BI – as the July update revealed some very exciting news. Among these the long awaited feature, that enables you to refresh data from your On-Prem datasource to Power-BI. Continue reading →
The team behind SQLSaturday Denmark is in the work of creating an event that will be even bigger and greater than the one we had last year. This year we will have 2 full days filled with precon seminars, there will be both halfdays and fulldays seminars Continue reading →
Now we’re almost there, the PowerBI app is now available on both Ipad and Iphone – Microsoft is really working fast here. There is a plan for a Windows Phone and Android App in the future, and I know that the developing team in Israel is currently hiring for that platform. Continue reading →
Unfortunately none of my abstracts for Campus Days 2013 were selected, so i’ll just hang in there and submit some more next year.
The speakers selected this year is quite a bunch, there are some of the best people in the business speaking about almost every aspect of BI and SQL. 2 of my collegues will be speaking of Hekaton in SQL 2014 and how to gain performance in the ETL flow by using HEKATON, that will be interesting to listen in on.
It is Jens Vestergaard (Blog|Twitter) and Rasmus Reinholdt Nielsen (LinkedIN|Twitter)
Have a look at the tracks, and other information about Campus days in Copenhagen – Click on the logo