January Power BI Meetup

Date: 
Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 18:00
Source: 
London Power BI Users Group
Attendees: 
107
City: 
London

"Please only register if you can really make it!"

Please also register on the skills matter event page (https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/10517-power-bi-january). This is a requirement from the venue and it makes life a whole lot easier when you arrive.

Session 1 by Andy Josolyne

An interactive data model to provide actionable insights as to the departure delays of domestic flights within the USA

Abstract

A data model I designed was included in the showcase in the information is Beautiful Awards 2017' for the following work:

'An interactive data model to provide actionable insights as to the departure delays of domestic flights within the USA' https://www.informationisbeautifulawards.com/showcase/2134

Speaker bio

Andy Josolyne (https://www.linkedin.com/in/andy-josolyne-mba/) is a former Royal Navy Air Engineering Officer whose active service included operations in the Arctic Circle and SaharaDesert. The commercial experience was gained with Bristow Helicopters and GEC Marconi before becoming a consultant. During the past twenty years, he has provided business consultancy support to, Department forBusiness, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Network Rail, HM Customs and excise, UK Ministry of Defence, Turkish Ministry of Finance, Marconi plc, Metronet, Tube Lines, Transport for London, Balfour Beatty, Carillion and Israel Railways. He also was the Interim Head of marketing for the UK Government’s Defence Aviation Repair Agency. Hewas awarded an MBA from the University of Surrey in 1996.

Session 2 by Rory Neary

A session about Power BI, Power Apps, Forms and Flow

Abstract

Power BI has come an awful long way since its introduction in the Summer of 2014, but it’s not the only product that’s relatively new to Office 365. In this presentation which is geared towards creating truly ‘actionable BI’, we will take a look at some of the other kids on the block, namely PowerApps, Forms and Flow to see how these fit in with Power BI and the Office 365 stack. During this hands-on session, we will look at how James Bond and MI5 might use Office 365 to identify agents in the field, track them down and…well, you know the rest!

Speaker bio

Rory Neary (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rory-neary-bsc-aca-1885391a/) is a Chartered Accountant turned MSBI contractor based in London / South Buckinghamshire. Rory has spent much of his career in finance roles covering external audit, internal audit and group financial reporting in addition to developing multidimensional reporting systems and document management systems. Rory specialises in PowerApps, Flow and the Microsoft BI stack and is active in the BI community posting related videos through the DataSpinners channel and on Twitter through @azurerory (https://twitter.com/azurerory). He is passionate about the potential for using the new technologies on offer to bring order and simplicity to the things that are important to us both at home and at work. Rory organises the Thames Valley Office 365 Power Users Group which meets on a monthly basis to discuss and present our successes and challenges in this space

Agenda:

6:00 - 6:30 - Networking

6:30 - 7:15 - Session 1

7:20 - 8:15 - Session 2

8:15 onwards pizza & networking