During my career, there is one thing that always kept my attention. I saw so many very different data environments. What do I mean by this? The most common architecture I see applied to a Business Intelligence project involves a staging layer and then the data warehouse layer. One layer to drop all that was […]Read more "One more data layer please"
As a BI professional, I have a set of tools that I require to have installed on my computer in order to do my work properly. It can be mandatory tools because I work with Microsoft BI stack or others because I feel they are really useful for some specific task while developing, debugging or […]Read more "Power Tools for Power Work"
Recently I’ve been thinking about how I could share some of my knowledge with readers about BI topics and came out with this idea of talking about the journey of a BI developer as he lands in a new job. It’s not a new concept and, in fact, I based my idea on “The Journey” […]Read more "The BI Journey – the road to success"
During my career, for several times I had the chance to either build a new Data Warehouse for a company or to work with their existing one. Because of that, I understand what should be taken into consideration when people take care of their Data Warehouse and I wrote my 6 golden rules for a great environment. […]Read more "6 Rules for an amazing Data Warehouse"
What have I been doing until now? Excel – using a lot of Excel’s features, especially the Power components (Query and Pivot). It’s amazing and I love it even though there are, in my opinion, a lot to improve these components. DAX – building data models using PowerPivot so it’s very obvious that I […]Read more "Update time"