The essence, art & science of effective data story telling via Microsoft Power BI

It has been some time since I have really focused in on technical writing, relating to my career. For those that do not know I was a Microsoft MVP for Microsoft Dynamics AX for three years. That came from speaking at events like AXUG Summit, what was once called Microsoft Convergence and other such events like Focus, and so on and so forth. The real 'claim to fame' if any could be attributed to me, was found in my blog focused around all things Microsoft Dynamics AX. That is still up, though the supporting content long gone now. (For reference, that older blog was: Here now sitting out some five years from retiring that blog I have wanted to get back into my serial writing habits. I will be the first to admit that it has been hard to have clarity of focus around specific topics of value.  Such topics that I would like to know more about and target with getting back to adding my voice into the community at large. With that I set off to create this site, and its sister site, currently under construction The sister site is really the essence of renewed focus I have that will be driving the content on this site and as well. The word Oppia is a Finish word that translates into English: "Learn". And that is exactly what the two sites are meant to enable. To help the larger community learn through my ramblings, rants and full register of idea's.

Oppia - Finish word that translates in English to Learn
With that the singularity in which this blog will focus as been honed and established. That focus then is to help others learn effective data story telling capabilities. Each post then has that essence built into its core and content. (more…)

By Amy George, ago