• MVPDays Flow Conference 2018

    MVPDays – Microsoft Flow Conference

    I am happy to announce I will be part of the first ‘MVPDays – Microsoft Flow Conference’ on December 12th, 2018. An online conference with 16 sessions focused on Microsoft Flow! I will be discussing how you can use Power BI, Microsoft Flow, and PowerApps with your data – even if the data is on your internal on-premises network. Check out the entire schedule here: MVPDays Microsoft Flow Conference Make sure you register to join this day of free training on Microsoft Flow: Register now – space limited  Space has run out – but you are NOT out of luck! Register on the standby list and the conference is working…

  • Attendees Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint

    Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint

    Microsoft Flow is the workflow tool in Office 365 to automate your tasks and business processes, whether your systems are on-premises, in Microsoft’s cloud, or even if they are not part of Microsoft’s catalog. Flow allows you to create templates to help you not recreate the wheel when you are creating your flows and you can even share those flows with others by exporting the templates. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to work with Sarah Haase (Office Apps & Services Microsoft MVP) on an interesting issue: how to share Microsoft Flow templates within an organization without uploading them to the public Flow template gallery. Sarah put together a blog series…

  • SharePoint Fest Chicago December 3-7 2018

    SharePoint Fest Chicago 2018

    I am excited to announce that I will be speaking at SharePoint Fest Chicago this year! Make sure you use my discount code GLENN100 to save on your registration for #SPFestChicago! I will be giving three presentations this time – check out the quick video below to hear exactly what my sessions are about! OFF301 – Keeping up with change in Office 365 TMS202 – Use Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Office 2016 to Keep Your Group in Sync BI102 – Gaining insights with Power BI    

  • SQL Saturday Memphis 2018

    SQL Saturday Memphis 2018

    On October 6, 2018, I will be speaking in Memphis, Tennessee at the SQL Saturday event. The day is filled with sessions covering Azure, Python, SQL Server (of course), SQL on Linux, Power BI, and my session: Using Your On-prem Data in a Cloud World. In my session, we will discuss the benefits of using Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, and Power BI, how those benefits translate to being on-prem, and how we can use the data in Office 365 as well. We will setup a data gateway and walk through using it to connect to data wherever it resides! Click here for more details for the #SQLSatMemphis event, including registration and the schedule. [UPDATE]…

  • Microsoft Ignite 2018 Schedule

    My Schedule for Microsoft Ignite #MSIgnite

    I’m excited for the Microsoft Ignite conference this year. In addition to delivering sessions and podcasting, I will also be helping at the Microsoft Teams booth. On Wednesday from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, I will be at the Teams booth, specifically the “At my desk” desk, with Loryan Strant. On Thursday, from 11:30 AM to 1:15 PM, I will be at the “Open Collaboration” desk answering questions and helping you learn more about Microsoft Teams! Please stop by and hang out with us! Check out my short video for a preview of my sessions! Here is my presenting and working schedule – join the podcast, attend the sessions, and…

  • SQL Saturday Atlanta BI Edition 2018

    SQL Saturday Atlanta BI Edition 2018

    Please join me on September 22, 2018 in Atlanta Georgia for another SQL Saturday event – this time a business intelligence edition! The day will be filled with sessions covering Power BI, Azure BI, SSIS, and my session: Using Your On-prem Data in a Cloud World. In my session, we will discuss the benefits of using Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, and Power BI, how those benefits translate to being on-prem, and how we can use the data in Office 365 as well. We will setup a data gateway and walk through using it to connect to data wherever it resides! Click here for more details for the #SQLSatATLBI event, including registration and the…

  • SQL Saturday Louisville 2018 #sqlsatlouisville

    SQL Saturday Louisville 2018

    [UPDATE] Thank you everyone that attended my session! Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way. Here are the links on DAX that I said I would provide: DAX Basics: DanielGlenn.com/DAXBasics Video Course: DanielGlenn.com/DAXvideos I had a great group during my #PowerBI session today at #sqlsatlouisville. Thank you for attending! https://t.co/aB0gY4Ojn2 pic.twitter.com/Opk0WN0CLa — Daniel Glenn (@DanielGlenn) July 21, 2018 ——- Join me on July 21st in Louisville Kentucky for SQL Saturday! This is a fantastic event every year and I am excited to be accepted back to speak. This year I will be speaking on how to gain insights using Power…

  • SharePoint Saturday New York City 2018

    SharePoint Saturday New York City 2018

    SharePoint Saturday New York City 2018 will be a fantastic conference and I will be delivering a joint presentation with Sarah Haase this year! We will be giving a new session titled Driving adoption of Microsoft Flow, one solution at a time. In the session, you will learn the essentials of the Microsoft Flow service and how it can be used to drive business value. You’ll also learn how to showcase custom workflow templates for your organization to give your users a jump-start with Microsoft Flow. Registration is open – join us on July 28th!  

  • SPS Montreal 2018

    SharePoint Saturday Montreal 2018

    I am heading to Canada on June 2nd for SharePoint Saturday Montreal! I will be giving a session titled Gaining insights with Power BI. In the session, I will talk about how to build compelling dashboards and how you can get insights from your data. I will also cover managing the Power BI service and how to use the different apps. Registration is open – join us on June 2nd!  

  • Minnesota User Group Tour 2018

    The title of this post is a little silly, but I will be speaking at the Minnesota SharePoint Users Group and the Minnesota Office 365 User Group in February! First up on February 14th, I will be presenting an intro session on Microsoft Flow and discussing the Flow road-map. You can find more details and register here: MN SharePoint User Group February The second session will be on February 15th at the Minnesota Office 365 user group. This session will focus on Power BI – with an extra focus on how to administer the service. Details and register here: MN O365 User Group February I hope to see you at both meetings!