Voting has closed in the Power BI competition, and I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who supported me. I ended up in 6th place with 681 votes and 4812 votes – so I made it to the top ten, and I’m very pleased with that result.
There are too many people to thank individually, but I would like to single out Carmel Gunn, Jen Stirrup, and the whole of the UK, Irish, Belgian and French SQL Server communities, as well as the (literally) hundreds of people I contacted to ask for their support. Special thanks is reserved for my long-suffering wife Helen. I am extremely grateful, and I promise I won’t be bothering you like this ever again!
I am very much aware that the number of votes that I or anyone else received doesn’t necessarily correspond to the quality of the entry. There are a number of other entries that I thought were great that didn’t get any attention and I recommend you check them out while you still can here.
In case the Power BI competition site disappears at some point in the future, you can see my entry on YouTube here. If you want to see the workbook I created for the demos, that can be downloaded here; I’ll be doing a session on March 27th for the PASS Business Analytics Virtual Chapter showing in a lot more detail how I built it, exploring the data more thoroughly, and covering topics like Q&A that I wasn’t able to include in the original video.