Don't know where to start on your Power Platform journey? How can you help your company to evolve, adapt and succeed using Microsoft’s Power Platform to stay at the forefront of the competition, and win the race to success? What are the benefits that the future of technology could bring to you and our organisations, right now? In this post, we’ve collected together our essential list of 7 ‘C’s to help give you a quick start with Power Platform solutions.
Firstly, I don't speak for PASS generally. Denise McInerny has already written a statement of support and you're welcome to read it. I encourage you to learn about all the candidates campaign platforms on the PASS Elections site and to vote. The voting period is Oct. 5-11. "Don't be the first to do something. Be second." - … Continue reading What I learned from David Bowie, and Statement of Support for Wendy Pastrick for PASS Board of Directors
Call for Thought Leaders and budding Thought Leaders! Podcasting opportunities for people who want a help organisations live a more data-driven life.
As always, I don't officially represent PASS here. As you will know, this week the application opens to be on the Board of Directors for PASS. I've held my post for two and a half years, and I am not up for election this time. If anyone has any questions, please don't hesitate to get … Continue reading Jen’s PASS Diary: A week in the life of a PASS Non Executive Director
Picture Credit: checanty Oscar Wilde was well known for his writing for adults, but he's probably less well known for his excellent children's writing, too. He tackles strong themes, and they are well worth the read for adults as well as children. In one short story, The Happy Prince, Wilde writes a rather sad tale … Continue reading Jen’s PASS Diary: The Happy Prince and the Swallow
In this world of data-driven analytics, organisations can't afford to sit on the Acheron; the Rubicon has already been crossed, and organisations need to get their feet wet.
I organised an AzureCon viewing party tonight in Hertfordshire, with great team support from Team Awesome over at Cloudamour. We watched a total of four keynotes, running back to back for almost four hours. The keynotes were all awesome and I've blogged some learnings here. First up, was Scott Guthrie (t), igniting the keynotes and kicking … Continue reading AzureCon round up: Intelligent Cloud, Applications, Data, Infrastructure, Business Agility and Cloud Ability
For those of us you say that stats are 'dry' - you are clearly being shown the wrong numbers! Statistics are everywhere and it's well worth understanding what you're talking about, when you talk about data, numbers or languages such as R or Python for data and number crunching. Statistics knowledge is extremely useful, and … Continue reading Simple explanation of a t-test and its meaning using Excel 2013
I found these webinars over at the Microsoft site, and I'm reposting them here for you: Introduction to Azure Data Factory with Wee Hyong Tok, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft August 4, 2015 at 10am PDT This webinar is held by Microsoft, and I recommend you tune in if you want to learn more about Azure Data … Continue reading Upcoming Microsoft Azure webinars on Azure Machine Learning and Cortana Analytics
In a world where the HiPPO’s (Highest Paid Person’s Opinion) is final, how can we use technology to drive the organisation towards data-driven decision making as part of their organizational DNA? Come to my EARL Conference session to find out!
If you found missed Joseph Sirosh's webinar on Cortana Analytics, Click here to view the webinar. If you don't have time for that, then Click here to download a copy of the slides that were presented. If you are interested in a review by an industry analyst, I'd recommend Andrew Brust's article on Cortana from … Continue reading Cortana Analytics News Roundup
SQLSaturday Edinburgh went ahead last Saturday, June 13th, and everyone had a great day. It's clear that people in the community believe in what I am doing. They voted with their feet to attend, to speak, and to sponsor. We had high quality speakers delivering world-class content - 8 MVPs, 2 Microsoft staff, and the remainder are … Continue reading Jen’s PASS Diary: SQLSaturday Edinburgh: My heartfelt thanks go to…