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PowerPivot Videos from SQL Server Day 2010

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Last month I had the pleasure of speaking at SQL Server Day 2010 in Belgium (I had a nightmare getting there and back because of the snow, but that’s another story). I’ve just seen that all the videos from the event are now available to view online and download here:
http://sqlserverday.be/video/

Both the sessions I gave are up: “Implementing Common Business Calculations in DAX” and “Comparing Analysis Services with PowerPivot”.

On a related note, we’ve aggregated all the content we’ve got for every single SQLBits on a new page on the SQLBits site:
http://sqlbits.com/content/
As far as I can see there are 152 videos on there alone!

Written by Chris Webb

January 12, 2011 at 4:23 pm

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  1. I’ve started to work BI 4 months ago, I realize that you must be followed =) Thanks for useful posts

    Erdem Zengin

    January 13, 2011 at 9:11 am

  2. Hey Chris,

    I think everyone was having trouble getting to SQL Server Day. But it’s true that your situation was very likely the worst out of everyone who made it there.
    (Chris was planning to take the train back to his home country but it got canceled, forcing him to stay the night in Belgium.)

    Thanks again for all that effort, and hopefully until later this year for the next installment! :-)

    Best regards,
    Valentino.

    Valentino Vranken

    January 14, 2011 at 5:20 pm

  3. [...] if those videos didn’t still your hunger, or you just have plenty of time to kill, check out this blog post on Chris Webb’s BI blog.  He has posted a link to the 152 videos of SQL Bits, a three-day SQL Server event in the [...]

  4. There are also many videos on the Microsoft TechNet PowerPivot portal: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/ff604673.aspx and the SSAS portal:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/cc510300.aspx

    Some of the vids are in the “How Do I” videos section and videos from the Community (40+ vids) are available lower on the page, in the ‘Additional Resources’ section.

    And we’re always looking for more :-)
    Michele

    michele

    January 18, 2011 at 6:44 pm


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