We will learn common DAX patterns by examining several issues frequently reported by DAX users through PowerBI customer support tickets. Users will be able to:
Learn from mistakes made by other DAX users so you can avoid them in your own work.
Learn the common techniques to debug DAX problems.
Learn the best DAX patterns to solve common problems.
Gain deeper understanding of DAX by learning relevant history and underlying design of the programming language.
Ask me their own DAX questionsSpeaker:
Currently working as Principal Software Engineer Manager at Microsoft, Jeffrey Wang stumbled upon BI after the Y2K bubble burst, fell in love with the field, and stayed in the industry ever since. After I joined Microsoft Analysis Services engine team in 2004, I quickly discovered that working on the programming language is the best way to stay close to the end users, so I joined the MDX formula engine team. After shipping a couple of releases of SQL Server Analysis Services, I joined the committee that created DAX. Today I lead the development effort of the DAX engine and the modeling engine inside the Power BI product group.Sponsor:
CapTech is a national consulting firm that helps clients grow efficient, successful businesses. We do so by bringing the data, systems, and ingenuity organizations need to stay ahead and transform what’s possible in a changing world. This drive helps each organization use technology, management, and insight to turn ideas into action. Together, we create outcomes that exceed the expected — which is one of the reasons we’ve been on the Inc 500/1000 list for over a decade. https://www.captechconsulting.com