Entries by Prologika - Teo Lachev

“Get the Most Out of Power BI” Seminar on May 3th

Patrick LeBlanc and I will deliver a free seminar “Get the Most Out of Power BI” on May 3th, 8:30 AM to 12 PM, at the Microsoft Office in Alpharetta. You won’t want to miss this educational and engaging event! Please register today as seating is limited at http://prologika.com/event/get-the-most-out-of-power-bi/. Power BI is about empowering all types […]

SSRS Tabular Query Designer

Analysis Services Tabular has gained a lot of momentum for implementing organizational semantic models but its toolset has been lacking. SSRS developers had to rely previously on the MDX Query Designer to send MDX queries to Tabular. If DAX queries were preferred (and they often are for better performance since DAX is the native Tabular query […]

Presenting at Birmingham SQL Saturday 2017

I’m presenting “Embed Interactive Reports in Your Apps” at Birmingham SQL Saturday 2017, on March 18th at 1 PM. I’ll discuss different options to embed Power BI reports in internal and external apps. You have the app. You have the data. What if your app could put the power of analytics everywhere decisions are made […]

Prologika Newsletter Spring 2017

15 Reasons Why Microsoft is Leading the BI Space I hope you’re enjoying the beginning of 2017 and you’re staying healthy and busy. It’s been a hectic and exciting period for me. I published the second edition of my “Applied Microsoft Power BI” book in January to keep it up to date.  It’s great to […]

Implementing Header-Details in Power BI

Lots of things to like in the just released March update of Power BI Desktop! My favorite? We can now implement header-details text reports using the updated Matrix visual. Previously, Table and Matrix visuals wouldn’t allow you to select a row to cross filter other sections. Now, you can use the Matrix visual for the […]

Auditing Row Counts in SSIS

It’s a good practice to have a custom ETL framework that augment the SSIS capabilities. ETL frameworks come in different shapes and sizes but what I’d like to see in a framework is: Configurable parallelism – Does your ETL take hours? The chances are that your packages run sequentially. Or, disconnected flows in the master […]