Getting started with PowerPivot

First of all welcome to my blog. I blog about all Ms Bi products but after the release of PowerPivot, then called project “gemini” my focus has changed to mainly PowerPivot and sometimes

This page will help you to get started quickly with PowerPivot by providing links to my own blog post and other interesting links:

A great document that helps you getting started to PowerPivot is: Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot Planning and Deployment

Interesting blog posts that can help you answer your questions regarding PowerPivot:

I did a lot with Time intelligent functions:

If you might have more questions you can check out the Great PowerPivot FAQ, or you can ask all your question here or send me and email.

Other PowerPivot blogs that are very interesting:

Thanks for visiting and i hope you learned something here, please don’t hesitate to contact me for more information.

  • Elmari

    Hi Kasper

    I see you blog is getting a lot of traction on the LinkedIn Group “Microsoft Business Intelligence” and the Forum “Excel 2010 and PowerPivot – have I missed the point?”. It may be worth checking out to see that your name isn’t being used in vain.


    • Kasper de Jonge

      Thanks for the heads up ! I’ll check it out.


  • Hi Karl,
    I have been using your and Rob’s sites heavily over the past few months as I explore how to leverage PowerPivot (esp in SharePoint) for some of the consulting work I do. I have talked to Rob on the phone and actually hired him for a few hours which was a great learning experience.
    I have a problem that I am trying to solve dealing with Disconnected Tables and want to know how I can share it with you and your readers to get some input on best practice. I see the ‘login’ button on the top of your site, but can’t find a way to do that – perhaps it is for site owners only, so can you tell me how to post this problem.
    Thanks, and thanks for the great site.