In BlueGranite’s recent webinar, you will see several examples of Python in action for data modeling and visualization in Power BI. You will also learn where and how Python fits into a Power BI development workflow.

You’ll also see how to balance Python with native Power BI functionality and determine what limitations must be considered when using Python in Power BI.

Microsoft has teams distributed across the world that are helping our customers solve problems that are very unique to their business and their communities.

Here’s an interesting conversation from the Caribbean Developer Conference.

While we were in the Dominican Republic, we sat down with Cloud Solution Architect Mabel Gerónimo from the local Microsoft office to talk about how they’re combining tools like Bot Framework, Power BI, and cognitive services to solve interesting business problems in the country.

Time Index:

  • [01:13] – The value of Bot framework
  • [02:03] – Power BI Desktop
  • [03:10] – Using QnA maker to interact with bots
  • [04:52] – Triggering the bot

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In this video, get answers to questions like: Why should you care about the data model? What kind of relations are available? How do they influence performance? Why redundancy is (not) a bad thing? Don’t just tell your friends that you’re a professional who works with models, but be great in doing it.