Its been fascinating to see all the entries and the similarities between them yet how distinctive they are to each of the developers. So, I just want to say a big thank you to all those who participated.
Taking the time out to focus on your development in the current climate is difficult so appreciate the time that people are putting into this.
The aim is for us all to hone and improve our Power BI skills. There were some great shares around tips from the community and it would be good to keep this going. The challenges are open to all while there will be submission deadlines you can work at your own pace and submit at any time so don’t be shy, join in.
It was really hard to select a winner this week there was things in every report I liked, from standout colour schemes awesome use of visualisations, great calculations and even some awesome readable titles and field names!
This Challenge was all about creating a summary report, a task that for many BI developers will always find its way across the desk every so often.
Overall the quality of submissions was super high, and you all did an amazing job at extrapolating what was required from a very vague brief.
It was great to see this coming through in the development through measures and visualisations.
When creating summary reports it’s so important that you are actually summarising data.
I think with all the visualisations available sometimes we overlook basics like tables and its important to remember that sometimes that’s all that is required. It’s all about understanding who your audience is.
So just want to say a massive well done to everyone who took part in the challenge and producing a management worthy dashboard.