Microsoft Mumbai Tech Community meeting on 31 Jan 2015


A community is a social unit that shares common values and what better than technology as a binding force. We are very excited to announce the launch of the Microsoft Mumbai Tech Community. Our goal as part of this community is to:

 

  1. Knowledge sharing by our experts here at Microsoft
  2. Create awareness about new product and services offerings and features
  3. Build a cohesive community

In line with this aspiration, We are kicking off the Microsoft Mumbai Tech Community with 2 expert sessions. If you are in Mumbai, India, please let my colleague Mahendraprasad know (details below) that you will be attending!

 

Date 31 Jan 2015
Timing 10AM – 1PM
Address Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd.
Training rooms Oak / Juniper
4th Floor, ‘Windsor’,
off CST Road, Kalina,
Santacruz (East)
Mumbai, 400098
Contact MADUBEY at microsoft dot com

Here is what our team is planning to talk about:

 

Presenter Narendra Angane
Schedule 10:00 till 11:15 AM
Topic Introduction to Power BI
Abstract

Power BI for Office 365 is a self-service business intelligence (BI) solution delivered through Excel and Office 365 that provides information workers with data analysis and visualization capabilities to identify deeper business insights about their data. Will see how we can use the below components for data analysis and visualization:

  • Power Query
  • Power Map
  • Power View
  • Q&A

Presenter Mahendraprasad Dubey
Schedule 11:30 AM till 12:45 PM
Topic Evangelizing Data Collection Strategy
Abstract

Data collection has been nightmare. Several time either we can’t collect data as it has performance impact on server or we miss data that needs to be analyzed. Data collection has been made simpler. Let’s discover different way of collecting data.

  • XEvent Metadata
  • Extended Events Tutorial
  • Finding Your Events
  • Actions and Targets
  • Demo
  • Q&A

We are looking forward to hosting you at this event. Do RSVP your participation to MADUBEY at microsoft dot com.

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