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Power BI December 2021 Release Highlights

The December 2021 Power BI release is out! Last month’s release is on the smaller side but there are some high-value additions worth highlighting.

Power BI November 2021 Release Highlights

The second-to-last Power BI release for the year is out, and there have been some big changes, most notably to the reporting features. Now that we’ve had a chance to look through it, here are the new features that caught our attention.

Power BI Hack #2: Sam Fischer from Revenite and Apex Insights

Sam Fischer is a passionate Analytics Consultant and Power BI Guru, who applies his characteristic curiosity to solving interesting and complex problems.

Adapt Power BI to the Australian financial year for making FYTD measurements

This article provides a solution for calculating Australian financial years to date when only the standard date table is available.

Power BI October 2021 Release Highlights

The new Power BI release is out, and now that we’ve had a chance to look through it, here are the new features and visuals that caught our attention.

A mile in your shoes

Understanding the problem to solve and the impact of user research.

What does it mean to be data-driven?

With the benefits of data-driven decision-making becoming more apparent, the question is, “What exactly is a data-driven culture and how do we get there?”

Power BI Hack with Alice Drummond from Discover EI

Welcome to the first episode of Power BI Hack! In this episode, I’m joined by Alice Drummond from DiscoverEI, who is the Director of Environmental Analytics and co-founder of DiscoverEI. Listen in if you want to know more about environmental data.

Gauge Visual Colours in Power BI

Gauges in Power BI are some of the most appealing and impactful visuals in a digital dashboard. Users can quickly grasp progress toward any KPI, and this in turn facilitates informed decision making.

How to become a Power BI developer

Find out how you can become a successful Power BI Developer in three easy steps.