Power BI lover – SQL Server addict
I needed a place to express myself, share my discoveries and reach more people. Here you are!
I discovered a great tool to improve my learning and reading time. I try in this article to share with you my reading routine and more information on this tool.
Download LazyDAX v2, it will help you to learn DAX from examples. It’s also a simple datamodel reusable for your tests and presentations.
I'm trying to address a crucial topic (to me), but more complex to communicate than a technical feature. DATA MODELING This article gives you some tips and may give you the urge to look differently at your data. If so, my bet will be won, and you may significantly...
Introduction We often have descriptive data in our Power BI models. Data may vary over time and have validity dates. It can become a real headache when creating a data model. What kind of data? A car could change his production plant through time. A car can have...
In SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS for close friends) but also in a multitude of text editors (such as Notepad++ for example), you can make multiple selections. I thought it was something everyone knew, but I realize that I often look like a magician every time I...
I created this script to automate some "not funny" tasks with our SSIS Catalog. If you have several SSIS projects configured in project mode (with a project.params file), when deploy them on your servers you unfortunately have to manually create the different...
Do you like DAX?
LazyDAX helps you to understand DAX with concretes and simple examples. You can change the existing measures and create yours.
LazyDAX is also an easy dataset for your tests and presentations.
It’s 100% free, you can run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve it.
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