Five reasons to be excited about Microsoft Data Insights Summit!
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'm learning a lot about IoT from the BI perspective, and I'll try to share through my blog as the journey progresses.
I went to the CRM UK User Group event today, and wow - what a blast! To know more about the CRM User Group for the UK, please visit here. It was a great example of what a community event can be. The CRM MVPs are welcoming, friendly, generous with their time and expertise, hard working… Continue reading Cross Platform MVP activities: my foray into CRM at the CRM UG UK event
I'm sorry I haven't kept this diary up to date: I've been at SQLBits, SQLPass Nordic, Data Culture events, and other community gatherings. I've also had dental surgery, involving the removal of two teeth and the removal of some of my lower jaw. I haven't been very happy, needless to say. As always, I don't represent… Continue reading Jen’s Diary: Overcoming the Power of Feathers through Action
PASS BA Conference is delighted to have Daniel Fylstra speaking at our conference. In fact, he was the first speaker we signed up. Here's what Steve Jobs had to say: "There have been two real explosions that have propelled the industry forward. The first one really happened in 1977, and it was the spreadsheet. I… Continue reading PASS BA Speaker focus: What did Steve Jobs have to say about Daniel Fylstra?