Zde najdete zdroje informací zaměřené na Power BI v angličtině, např. aktuality z Microsoft blogu a různá směsice informací z TOP blogů a magazínů zaměřených převážně na Power BI.

  • Microsoft Power BI Blog | feed – nejnovější informace a aktuality z Power BI přímo od Microsoftu
  • Excelerator | feed – kvalitní zdroj informací a tutoriálů o Power BI
  • Kasper On BI | feed – Blog Kasper de Jongeho – program manažera Power BI
  • Blog Chrise Webba | feed – Chris bloguje přes 10 let a na jeho webu se nachází přes 1000 článků o Power BI a DAXu
  • Prathy | feed – Blog Prathy Kamasani – nezávislé kontraktorky z Indie žijící v Londýně
  • Datachant | feed – Blog Gila Raviva, který pomáhá klietům (včetně klientů Fortune 500) vytvářet moderní self-service BI řešení.

Poslední revize 20.9.2019

  • Improvements for creating new Direct Lake semantic models
    on 13.2.2024 at 11:06

    As part of our continued tooling improvements, we have enhanced the experience for creating Direct Lake semantic models in Microsoft Fabric. This applies to semantic models created by clicking the New semantic model button from the Lakehouse.

  • Reading Parquet Metadata In Power Query In Power BI
    by Chris Webb on 11.2.2024 at 14:30

    There’s a new M function in Power Query in Power BI that allows you to read the data from a Parquet file: Parquet.Metadata. It’s not documented yet and it’s currently marked as “intended for internal use only” but I’ve been told I can blog about it. Here’s an example of how to use it: …and … Continue reading Reading Parquet […]

  • Performance Implications Of Using Calculated Columns In Composite Models On Power BI Semantic Models
    by Chris Webb on 4.2.2024 at 15:00

    I don’t have anything against the use of calculated columns in Power BI semantic models in general but you do need to be careful using them with DirectQuery mode. In particular when you have a DirectQuery connection to another Power BI semantic model – also known as a composite model on a Power BI semantic … Continue reading Performance […]

  • My Journey as Microsoft MVP is Coming to an End
    by Matt Allington on 1.2.2024 at 20:38

    As you may know, Microsoft has an MVP Programme where it acknowledges and rewards community leaders for their subject matter expertise and contribution to the community. There are many benefits of being an MVP including the recognition (leading to people understanding that you must be doing something right if Microsoft [...]Read More »

  • VNet Data Gateway for Fabric and Power BI is now Generally Available
    on 1.2.2024 at 13:45

    We are excited to announce that the VNet Data Gateway is now GA! Read the blog to find out more and get started using the VNet Data Gateway to secure your production workloads.