Ted Pattison

Critical Path Training

Ted Pattison

Ted Pattison is an author, instructor, and a Power BI MVP. Ted is also a 13-time recipient of Microsoft’s MVP award and the owner of Critical Path Training, a company dedicated to educating technical professionals on Power BI, Azure, Office 365 and SharePoint technologies. You can find out more at https://www.CriticalPathTraining.com.


Writing Advanced Expressions with Microsoft Flow

DeepDive
Development (Room 301)
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

This session introduces attendees to essential concepts and the visual designer skills required to design and implement flows using triggers, actions and conditions. Attendees will learn how to configure triggers to build flows that can be scheduled or executed in response to external events. The session explains how data within a flow is propagated from step to step and discusses various design techniques for managing state within the lifetime of a flow. Attendees will also learn how to write complex Flow expressions to retrieve dynamic content, to perform type conversion between strings, numbers and dates and to design flows using loops, variables, arrays and custom objects. The webinar also introduces students to advanced Flow design techniques including error handling, flow termination and executing steps in parallel.

Deep Dive Into Power BI Embedded Development

Advanced
Development (Room 301)
03:00 PM - 03:50 PM

This session teaches experienced developers how to embed Power BI reports and dashboards into custom web applications. Ted will explain the differences between the two primary development models (user-owns-data vs. app-own-data) and will discuss when to use Power BI Premium versus when to use the Power BI Embedded service in Microsoft Azure. Attendees will learn essential programming skills for embedding reports and dashboards using the Power BI Service API together with the Power BI JavaScript API. Along the way, attendees will learn when and how to work with embed codes and how to leverage Row-Level Security (RLS) when developing with Power BI embedded.