Sessions at SQLBits

I am very happy to share that I’ll be doing several sessions at the SQLBits conference this year.

I will be doing the following sessions:

  • We now have an exciting developer story for Power BI, the session Developing for Power BI I will go into how to write applications for Power BI and show you several examples. Lot’s of code here, from PHP to .Net, JSON and REST and OAuth.. not your average BI session Smile.
  • The BI Power Hour will be done for the first time outside of a pure Microsoft event, ill be doing this together with Power Hour superstars Matt and Matthew:  BI Power Hour
  • Lastly I will do a Pre-con together with Matt and Matthew where we will take an entire day to take you through the entire Microsoft data stack from Azure Data Factory and Azure Machine learning to Power BI. This is going to be a great way to see how all of these services work together and get a in depth overview of what all these services contain.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

3 Replies to “Sessions at SQLBits

  1. Hi Kasper, I have a couple of follow-up questions from your SQL Bits “Developing for Power BI” session. The limitations chart at the URL below states maximum data sizes limit (1GB or 10GB) and maximum streaming throughput limits (10k rows or 1M rows per hour).
    Questions are: (1) How are the data size limits measured? Is this the size of the raw data or the size of the compressed tabular model? The page isn’t specific about what the size limit applies to. (2) Do the throughput limits apply ONLY when using the Azure Stream Analytics preview connector or do they also apply when using the REST API? e.g. if using the free Power BI tier (and assuming I don’t go over the size limit), is the maximum number of rows I can submit per hour limited to 10k (e.g. 2 calls within an hour of 5k or 4 calls of 2.5k, etc)? Am I understanding correctly? Thanks

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