Thanks to all attendees of my session in TechDays 2014 Hong Kong about Power BI Data
Visualization with Power Map and Power View.
Here is session Title, Description, and presentation file;
Power BI Data
Visualization with Power Map and Power View
Power BI is the most recent BI technology and tool provided by Microsoft for Self-Service BI and mobility. Power BI uses Power View for dashboard design and Power Map for 3D Geospatial data visualization. Power Map and Power View are great tools to tell insightful stories of the data with features like interactive views and tours. In this session you will learn how to visualize data with Power View and Power Map with lots of live demos. You don’t need to be an expert in SQL Server to work with Power BI, all data visualization development happens in the Excel add-Ins.
Reza Rad is a Microsoft Regional Director, an Author, Trainer, Speaker and Consultant. He has a BSc in Computer engineering; he has more than 20 years’ experience in data analysis, BI, databases, programming, and development mostly on Microsoft technologies. He is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP for 12 continuous years (from 2011 till now) for his dedication in Microsoft BI. Reza is an active blogger and co-founder of RADACAD. Reza is also co-founder and co-organizer of Difinity conference in New Zealand, Power BI Summit, and Data Insight Summit.
Reza is author of more than 14 books on Microsoft Business Intelligence, most of these books are published under Power BI category. Among these are books such as Power BI DAX Simplified, Pro Power BI Architecture, Power BI from Rookie to Rock Star, Power Query books series, Row-Level Security in Power BI and etc.
He is an International Speaker in Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft Business Applications Summit, Data Insight Summit, PASS Summit, SQL Saturday and SQL user groups. And He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer.
Reza’s passion is to help you find the best data solution, he is Data enthusiast.
His articles on different aspects of technologies, especially on MS BI, can be found on his blog: https://radacad.com/blog.