In reaction to a similar post of mine, Geoff provided the Notepad++ XML file for syntax highlighting and auto-complete when using “M”, which some of you might know as Power Query.…Read more
Following up on my thoughts about normal learning curves, here I ponder the ‘flat’ learning curve.…Read more
A normal learning curve eventually leads to mastery. Yet, management teams’ learning curves frequently turn out to be rather flat. How come?…Read more
Marc turned four and the only thing he had been asking for was … a car.…Read more
I have been working with Power BI pretty much since it was released and while there were not too many resources available back then, this has changed dramatically. Here I try to give a consolidated overview of those that I find most useful. Let me know, if you have any …Read more
If you are working with DAX and do more than single line statements, you will frequently find yourself wishing for a powerful editor with proper syntax highlighting. Below I explain how to use Notepad++ for that purpose. While I use DAX mostly in Power BI, it of course works just …Read more
A few months ago I switched from Windows Mobile to Android. And have been unhappy since then. Until yesterday, when it all changed for the better.…Read more
You couldn’t resist, could you? That’s ok … everyone loves a rebel.
Very early in my career I realized that for many organizations things are not always going as they should and started focusing on how to improve the way we work together.
I have been doing this for more …Read more
During the past almost three decades I certainly booked hundreds of flights without any problems. This changed last week. Read how an ordinary trip turned extraordinary – and not in a good way.…Read more