Dashboard in a Day
Dashboard in a Day (DIAD) is a 1 Day hands-on workshop for Business Analysts, covering the breadth of Power BI capabilities.
At the end of the day, attendees will better understand how to:
The last 2 hours of the day are dedicated to the customers bringing their own data, building reports and dashboards on it with the support of their instructor.
If you are attending a future DIAD event please click here to download the content.
All DIAD workshop assets; presenter deck, demo scripts, step-by-step student Hands-on-Lab and dataset, plus a train the trainer video on how to execute a successful event, are updated monthly by the Power BI engineering team and are offered for free to all MPN Partners.
The DIAD assets are split into 2 parts:
Instructor content: which includes Presentation decks, Demo Scripts and train the trainer material, can be downloaded here. You will need your MSA account tied to your MPN ID to access this content.
Attendee content: which includes the Lab Manual and datasets, can be downloaded here. This content is also hosted on MPN but does not require MPN Access
The guidance for using the content is:
We are definitely open to feedback and enhancing the content and would love to hear and take feedback and iterate.
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Thanks for posting! Can you refer me anywhere to the schedule for DIAD training this year? I'm based in Atlanta and would love to do a training since we'll likely be using Power BI in our organization for routine monitoring data.
@chass Just confirming this content reflects the Feb 2019 release of PBI Desktop as it looks like the screenshots contain the old modeling view.
Do you know when the content will be updated for the March 2019 release? Thanks!
I have registered for the event happening on 10th May 2019 in Gurgaon, India and got the confirmation as well.
I want to check if I can bring 1 guest (My senior) with me to attend the conference.
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