Tag Archives: data modeling

  • The most important thing to learn when using Power BI


    You’ve started OR you’re in the middle of your Power BI journey and you’re confused as to where you should allocate your learning time and efforts

    Should it be DAX? Understanding the visualizations? the M language? Power Query? Power Pivot?

    SOOOO many keywords that appear when doing a simple online search, but WHAT is the core of everything inside of Power BI?

    This article covers my thoughts on where you should primarily focus your efforts when learning Power BI – let’s find out what is the HEART of Power BI.

    After spending more than 6 years using the toolset and going through various iterations and stages of what we now know as Power BI, these are my own thoughts and what I’ve found works best for the people that I’ve trained over the years.

  • Powerpivot Success Case: The Motion Picture Association in Central America and the Caribbean


    Recently, I resigned my position as a Sales Analyst for the 20Th Century Fox in Central America to chase my interests as a Technology Evangelist for the Tabular Model and Powerpivot (specially Powerpivot) and now, with this spare time, I have time and the right granted access to tell you how I managed to save the MPA and the members of the MPA (Fox, Sony, Disney, Paramount, etc, etc) around $40K and still counting in terms of a BI Solution.

    Read more about this! It’s my masterpiece so far Smile