Visual Calculations: Making DAX easier
June 4 @ 15:00 - 18:00
This is it. The day that the way that DAX became easier. After this, how you write DAX changes forever. Learn all about it in this session! The Power BI team has been working on exciting things related to DAX calculations, specifically targeted at making it easier to add typical business-type calculations (such as running totals or vs-first). Would you believe it if we told you that you don’t even have to type DAX anymore and still be able to get complex calculations done quickly? In this session, we will dive deep into visual calculations, covering everything there is to know about them including the lower-level window functions.
Get ready to get your mind blown! See the future, today.
After this session you are an expert on visual calculations and ready to tackle any challenging calculation that comes your way!
Jeroen ter Heerdt
Dutch Data Dude. Program Manager at Microsoft.
Jeroen ter Heerdt is a Product Manager with Microsoft. He works on Power BI and is passionate about “all things data”; whether it is about databases, data warehousing, BI, big data, data visualizations, self-service BI, advanced analytics, real-time BI or anything even remotely related to data or insight. He strives to apply these concepts in his life as much as possible. Jeroen combines enthusiasm, vision, and hands-on experience into his talks. His blog is http://www.dutchdatadude.com and he can be found on social media at @jaypowerbi.
Data Platform MVP, FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Power BI enthusiastic, public speaker and passionate for everything which transforms data into action! Working at Macaw in the Netherlands as Data & Analytics Solution Architect.
What I like the most? Sharing my thoughts, experience, best-practices and enthusiasm about Microsoft data platform with others. I mostly do this in public speaking at usergroups, conferences, customer presentations and end-user training. Besides that I also have my own blog which you can find at https://data-marc.com/