NY, London, Paris, Munich… Everybody’s talkin’ ‘bout Mobile BI | Presentation

Tabular Models – Easier & Faster Than Cubes – Really? | Presentation

BI Visualization Choices: What, When & How | Presentation | Tool criteria Excel 2013 Power View report

Using a Custom Assembly to Extend Reports & Queries | Related Post | SSRS Custom Assembly Article

Dashboard Design – Making Reports Pop | Prezi online | Scorecard Demo Video

PowerPivot & Power View – High-octane Self-service Reporting | Prezi online | FAA PowerPivot model

Oh, So Tabular! | Prezi online

Visual Report Design – PASS 2012 | Prezi online | Sample reports

Empower Users with Self-Service BI and Visualization  – SQL Connections 2012

Power View and PowerPivot  - SQL Connections 2012

Visual Report Design Bringing Sexy Back  - SQL Connections 2012

Data_Visualization Choices - SQL Connections 2012

SharePoint BI Security Configuration – SharePoint Intelligence Conference – Dec 20 2011

Power View and PowerPivot – High Octane SS Reporting  - SharePoint Intelligence Conference – Dec 20 2011

Dashboard Design – Making Reports Pop  - SharePoint Intelligence Conference – Dec 20 2011

SharePoint BI Security Configuration - Power View roadshow (1st version)

Visual Report Design: Bringing Sexy Back
TechEd 2011
PASS Global Summit 2011
SQL Saturday 94, Salt Lake City

Report Design for SSAS Cubes & MDX
PASS Global Summit 2011

MDX Essentials
SQL Saturday 92, Portland

What to Use and When – Microsoft BI Tool Choices
TechEd 2011
SQL Saturday 92, Portland

4 responses

27 03 2013

I was in your class yesterday, Master Reporting Services Expressions. You showed a DB to hold all the information used for styling reports. (Template Data) I was wondering if you would share the script to create that DB? It would be very helpful to have something like that. Thanks a ton!

14 11 2011
Erik Monchen

Hi Paul,
I attended both your sessions at the PASS Summit last month, and I was wondering if you could share the RDL files of two reports that I’m very interested in getting some ideas from on a case that I’m currently working on. The first one is the one where you display a color scheme (from your first presentation) and the other one is the report where you plot data on a map (from your second presentation).
Thanks in advance!

10 10 2011
Paul Turley

Hi Elizabeth. Just getting caught up; I just posted all my current decks on the Presentation page.

16 06 2011

Hello! I was on the Eugene SQL Pass call last week and am very interesting in getting a copy of your “What to use and when: BI tools…” presentation as we (my fellow developers at work) are trying to persuade our Management to consider more of the Microsoft BI tools. Could you help a girl out?


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