• Louisville SharePoint User Group March 2017

    It is great to see the SharePoint community organizing again in Louisville Kentucky and I will be speaking at their third meeting! On March 10th, I will make the short drive up to the ‘ville to discuss business intelligence options in SharePoint and Office 365. Register free via the Eventbrite page. Check out the Louisville SharePoint User group: Facebook   Twitter [UPDATED] I had a great drive up to Louisville Kentucky today! The Louisville SharePoint User Group (LouSPUG) is meeting again after taking some time off, and I was impressed with how well the group is organized (and the food was delicious!). There were a lot of fantastic questions from the…

  • SQL Saturday Nashville 2017

    This January we will once again host SQL Saturday in Nashville. #SQLSatNashville will be held January 14th and I have the pleasure of speaking at this great event. I will be presenting “Power BI & SharePoint – A Marriage Made in Redmond” – we will be discussing the business intelligence experience in SharePoint, Office 365, and what the future looks like in SharePoint BI. Register now and join us! SQL Saturday Nashville 2017

  • Louisville SQL Saturday 2016

    Join me August 6th 2016 for SQL Saturday Louisville 2016! I will be presenting a session titled Power BI & SharePoint – A Marriage Made in Redmond – I will be showcasing business intelligence options within SharePoint, show how we can use Power BI to enhance our BI capabilities, and then show how Microsoft Flow can take your business solution to the next level. I am speaking in the first speaking slot – come by and say hi! [UPDATE] Thank you everyone for attending! You had great questions and I really enjoyed our time together! @DanielGlenn making some pie charts at #sqlsat531 pic.twitter.com/9JGzAUfc5U — Neil Patel (@neil_patel77) August 6, 2016…

  • Building Business Intelligence Dashboards with SharePoint Data – December 1st 2015

    I will be co-presenting at the Nashville Business Intelligence User Group meeting this month. We will be walking attendees through creating dashboards using Power BI and I will be focusing on using SharePoint data. I will show how to use Excel to create dashboards within SharePoint web part pages – first with an export of a SharePoint list and then an import of a SharePoint list into Excel. We will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each method. I will then show linking to the same SharePoint list data using the Power BI Desktop application and then publishing it to Power BI. [UPDATE] The meeting went really well – Tammy…