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I’m not dead!
After having a prolific first few months with this blog, the year-end holidays disrupted my routine, and I’ve been struggling to get everything balanced again. 2019 has been great so far, but its also been stupid crazy busy, and while blogging has been on my backlog, it just hasn’t made the bar for implementation.
Until now, I guess…
Last week I was in Darmstadt, Germany for the SQL Server Konferenz 2019 event, where I presented on Power BI dataflows. My session was well-attended and well-received but I realized that I’d never actually told anyone about it. Now it’s time to correct this oversight for some upcoming events. These are the public events where I’ll be speaking over the next few months:
Event: SQL Saturday #826
Location: Victoria, BC, Canada
Date: March 16, 2019
Session: Introduction to Power BI dataflows
Event: Intelligent Cloud Conference
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Date: April 9, 2019
Pro tip: If you’re attending Intelligent Cloud, be sure to attend Wolfgang Strasser‘s “Let your data flow” session earlier in the day. This session will provide a great introduction to Power BI dataflows and will provide the prerequisite knowledge necessary to get the most out of my session.
Event: SQL Saturday #851
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Date: May 4, 2019
Session: Hopefully two dataflows sessions, details still being ironed out.
 Except for that one guy who rated the session a 2. I’d love to know what I could have done to improve the presentation and demos
 Also, swords.
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