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DataOnWheels

Steve Hughes is a Principal Consultant at Magenic. His area of expertise is in data and business intelligence architecture on the Microsoft SQL Server platform. He was also the data architect for a SaaS company which delivered a transportation management solution for fleets across the United States. Steve has co-authored two books and delivered more than 30 presentations on SQL Server and data architecture over the past six years. He also provides insights from the field on his blog at http://dataonwheels.wordpress.com.

Archives: April 2015

Excel BI Tip #26: Using a Data Spreadsheet or Tab

As I mentioned in my original post, Exploring Excel 2013 as Microsoft’s BI Client, I will be posting tips regularly about using Excel 2013 and later.  Much of the content will be a result of my daily interactions with business users and other BI devs.  In order to not… Read more

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Posted in DataOnWheels on 30 April 2015

Optimizing the Modern Data Platform with SQL Server 2014

Join Jason Strate and Pragmatic Works in Minneapolis on May 7. Learn about Optimizing the Modern Data Platform with SQ Server 2014. Register here.


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Posted in DataOnWheels on 22 April 2015

Excel Tip #25: Overlaying Charts

As I mentioned in my original post, Exploring Excel 2013 as Microsoft’s BI Client, I will be posting tips regularly about using Excel 2013 and later.  Much of the content will be a result of my daily interactions with business users and other BI devs.  In order to not… Read more

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Posted in DataOnWheels on 21 April 2015

Techfuse MN 2015

Join me at Techfuse Minnesota 2015. I will be presenting on Excel Dashboards.


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Posted in DataOnWheels on 20 April 2015

Excel Tip #24: Removing “Buttons” from Excel Charts

As I mentioned in my original post, Exploring Excel 2013 as Microsoft’s BI Client, I will be posting tips regularly about using Excel 2013 and later.  Much of the content will be a result of my daily interactions with business users and other BI devs.  In order to not… Read more

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Posted in DataOnWheels on 7 April 2015