Using what I have learned over my 20-year consulting career to help you find your work-life balance and still have an impact at work. Included is a downloadable simple methodology, in Power Bi, I used to help assess my work-life balance and determine where my time is was going.
Power BI has the Pulse Chart that allows you to show key events on a timeline and then animate them with a playback of the events to reveal patterns and insights. Let’s do a data visualization example go through a quick tutorial that show this in action.
If you are new to Power BI or just looking where you can keep up to date with the technology, the following links are a great place to start. (Updated March 2021)
I attempted a Github checkout of a project on Windows I had worked on the evening before on my Mac and faced “Fatal: unable to check out working tree”. Wild problem but easy solution.
A few years ago a manager at work circulated the “Work-Life Balance Quiz”, from the Canadian Mental Health Association which tries to quantify your balance. A great quote from the quiz; “Achieving work/life balance means having equilibrium among all the priorities in your life – this state of balance is different for every person.”
The hardest aspect of Microsoft Ignite was keeping up with all the announcements, especially this year with what seems a focus on the overall state of the enterprise and self-service analytics. This post provides a round-up to the various announcements and sessions in the Data & AI Platform, Power BI, Azure Data Factory, Azure Purview, and associated technologies.