Monthly Archives: December 2011

PowerPivot (well, BI) is like Geocaching

Why do I enjoy using PowerPivot so much?  Because it solves problems for me. When I first started digging into business intelligence, I started with building data marts, and then defining cubes in SSAS, but one problem kept cropping up … Continue reading

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Latest PowerPivot Versions

Been jumping back into PowerPivot this week, and upgraded the demo machine I use to the latest SQL Server 2012 RC0 version of PowerPivot and so far I have not experienced any problems with it re: SQL Server 2012 – … Continue reading

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Hanselman Tool List 2011

It’s that time of year, and I actually forgot this year that December is the time for Scott Hanselman to publish his annual Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List. It is rare that I cannot find something useful for … Continue reading

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