Power Bi Architecture : Creating a Front-end (Dashboard) & Back-end (Dataset)

 
French Intermediate Architecture

How to split your PBIX into two files representing the front end and the back end . This session will show you how to create a front-end and a back-end in your Power Bi projects. At the end of this session you will be able to better optimize the creation and use of your datasets.

Speaker

LEGER DJIBA

AfDB

Leger DJIBA is a consultant and trainer specializing in software development best practices et Bi using Microsoft-based technology. He is a Microsoft Visual Studio and Development technologies MVP, Devops Guru, power bi and Xamarin Guru, Polyglot (English, French, wolof, Diola), he currently lives in Dakar, Senegal. Léger holds a BTS and a DIC (Diplome d'Ingenieur de Conception) in Software Engineering. He is a Software Engineer with 14+ years of experience in Software engineering and enterprise applications development. He has extensive experience in various sectors: Biometrics, e-commerce and develop in technologies such as: Microsoft. NET, JAVA, N-tier architecture, UML, AGILE(XP, Scrum, Lean), Devops, open source technologies, Xamarin, Arduino programming. He started developing in ANDROID 2009 and Windows Phone in 2011, Xamarin.

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