January 2019

In our first ever quarterly Key2 Round Up, the first quarter of 2019 has gotten off to an awesome start! The year started off with Paul Schuliger going over New Year’s resolutions from a Business Intelligence perspective:

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Our 2019 New Year’s Business Intelligence Resolutions (1/7/19)
Later in January the focus shifted to Microsoft PowerBI and utilizing MS Excel Forms for the analysis of survey information, all brought to you courtesy of Mike Pierre-Louis. We also took an afternoon in January to lean into our culture of continuous learning and learn from Danny Pina about PowerBI dataflows.

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How To Build and Analyze a Survey with PowerBI (1/22/19)
Now while we at Key2 take our role in the industry seriously, we do make the time to get together outside of working hours, as many of us are both good colleagues and great friends. A few of us got together on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to take in the young and exciting Atlanta Hawks team at newly refurbished State Farm Arena:

Pictured left to right: Jeff P., Phil W., Jason B., Mason P., Matt W., and Jeff L.


February 2019

February with Presidents Day and Valentine’s Day kept the love going with content around PowerBI Bookmarks by Matt Wollner, another lunch ‘n learn on custom visuals in Power BI led by Phillip Sharpless, and a fun and successful customer story on working with JSON by Ken Adams:

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How to Use Power BI Bookmarks (2/7/19)


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Fun with JSON – A Customer Success Story (2/28/19)


March 2019

As we ended the first quarter of 2019, SharePoint guru Austin goes over troubleshooting Web Parts in SharePoint 2013, Aaron leads the final Lunch ‘n Learn of Q1 and shares some examples of using R in BI, and Andy reminds us that like real estate, “location, location, location” is ever so important when working with SQL Server Spatial Data Types:

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Troubleshooting SharePoint 2013 Web Parts, March 01, Austin Gainey


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Location, Location, Location… Adding richness to your data using Spatial Data Types in SQL Server (3/15/19)

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