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Automate Bus Matrix Documentation Using DMV Queries from a Microsoft BI Tabular Solution for Project Management Scope Verification – Part 2

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This is Part Two, the final of two blog posts about automating the creation of a Bus Matrix in Power Pivot for Excel using DMV queries from an SSAS Tabular Model. In the first part of this blog post series, which can be found at this link, I discussed the benefits of a Business (Bus)

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Automate Bus Matrix Documentation Using DMV Queries from a Microsoft BI Tabular Solution for Project Management Scope Verification – Part 1

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This is Part One of two blog posts about automating the creation of a Bus Matrix in Power Pivot for Excel using DMV queries from an SSAS Tabular Model.  UPDATE: Part 2 is now published and can be viewed at this link. Have you ever spent several hours making a Business (Bus) Matrix for an

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SQL Saturday 332 Minnesota Follow Up and Links for Open Data & Microsoft BI Tools Presentation

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We had the opportunity to sponsor and participate in SQL Saturday 332 in Minneapolis this past weekend and attendance at the event was exceptional. The event was completely full with a long waiting list, so we thought a re-cap of my presentation on Open Data & Microsoft BI Tools would be helpful to those who were not

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GNet Helping to Build Up Local Microsoft Skills

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Last Thursday, June 26, GNet Group held its first Technical Training Event for the Minneapolis Microsoft user community. We’ve been hosting similar events in the Dallas community for several years now, and helping to build the local workforce there through skills building. We think it’s incredibly important to share our knowledge and skills with the

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Getting Value from Your Data – SQL Server Data Quality Services

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These days organizations of all sizes rely on data (and increasing amounts and types of it) to make informed decisions, and more of their employees, across roles and departments, need data to execute on their jobs. But are they working with data at a quality level acceptable for the intended purpose? Often not. Incorrect and

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