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Issue 33: 12th November 2019

Blimey, what a packed week last week was. So many announcements and updates to digest... Arun Ulag has got most of them covered in this blog, and for completeness, here are all the referenced blogs:

Issue 32: 5th November 2019

It's Ignite week, and I've got to say - I'm envious of all those who have got to go this year. Sometime in the future, maybe! Whilst we've already been told about a few of the Power BI announcements from Ignite, I'll leave those until next week's issue so they're all together in one place. In the last week, we've been introduced to the incredibly powerful Power BI lineage view, and we've also been told about On-premises Data Gateway management by Region.

Issue 31: 29th October 2019

The now GA Automated Machine learning in Power BI looks awesome - not had a chance to play with it myself. But the way Power BI/Microsoft seems to be democratizing AI at the moment is pretty incredible. There have been a few other numerous updates and announcements in the last week:

Issue 30: 22nd October 2019

Last Monday, we were given the Power BI Desktop October 2019 Feature Summary, filled with numerous exciting updates. My personal favourite is the new "PBIDS" file format, which is a new Desktop file allowing you to initialize data source connections before a user opens a file. Great for prepping beginner Power BI users with the correct data source connection. Last Monday, we were also told about On-premises data gateway management via PowerShell (Public Preview) and, later on in the week, we were told about the new feature allowing us to Refresh our Power BI datasets using Microsoft Flow.

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