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Issue 29: 15th October 2019

Last week was a bit of a whirlwind at endjin - somehow I managed to win the "Cloud Apprentice of the Year" award run by the Computing magazine here in the UK, and my colleague Carmel managed to win the "Apprentice Engineer of the Year" award. We're both extremely shocked and humbled. To celebrate, Carmel's about to embark on a three-week adventure to Everest base-camp. I, on the other hand, plan to stay warm, cosy and (for the most part) stationary at home.

Issue 28: 8th October 2019

Only a couple of blogs from the Power BI blog this week: Announcing Power BI updates at the Microsoft Business Applications October Virtual Launch Event (tune in if you want to get a first-hand look at new updates), and Increase Business Impact with Power BI and Azure Analytics (find analysis of Forrester's recent findings). From the Azure blog, we've been told about the SQL Server Data Tools support for 1500 compatibility level, which includes Calculation Groups and Many-to-Many relationships.

Issue 27: 1st October 2019

This week, the winners of the "Back to School" contest were announced - well done to David Eldersveld for winning with his interactive periodic table of elements. Two other updates this week: we've been told that Template apps update (preview) is now available and we've been given the Power BI Report Server September 2019 Feature Summary.

Issue 26: 24th September 2019

Half a year's worth of issues already. Thank you to everyone who has subscribed, and those that regularly check the newsletters out on the website! Keep spreading the good word :) Anyway, here are the two main announcements from the Power BI team this week:


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