Fabric Analyst In a Day

As a Microsoft Solutions Partner we are pleased to invite you to a very first full-day workshop covering the capabilities of Microsoft Fabric. Fabric Analyst in a Day is an intermediate-level training designed for Data Analysts with experience on Power BI, but new to Microsoft Fabric.

When

27.03.2024
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where

Online: Microsoft Teams

How

Duration: 8 hours
Language: Czech
Level: Intermediate
Price: Free

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

Explore Microsoft Fabric and create Fabric Workspace
Extract Data using Dataflow gen. 2 from various data sources
Load data to Lakehouse
Orchestrate data using Data Factory Pipelines
Query & create Data model in Lakehouse
Create reports using Direct Lake

HOW WILL IT ALL GO?

This workshop
is ONLINE

The link visible only for
registered users

The workshop is
in Czech language

Training material
in English

Independent work with
the support of a supervisor

ABOUT MICROSOFT FABRIC

Microsoft Fabric is an end-to-end analytics platform that brings together all the data and analytics tools that organizations need to go from the data lake to the business user. Fabric integrates technologies like Azure Data Factory, Azure Synapse Analytics, and Power BI into a single unified product, empowering data and business professionals alike to unlock the potential of their data and lay the foundation for the era of AI.

WHO WILL GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE WORKSHOP?

LUKÁŠ KARLOVSKÝ

Data Engineer

As a Microsoft Fabric specialist in Joyful Craftsmen, I develop Proof of Concepts for select clients and personal projects. I’m also preparing for FAIAD sessions and authoring a weekly newsletter on the latest Fabric technology insights. I focus on enhancing my skills in Python and PySpark. My expertise extends to Power BI, data warehousing, Azure, and SQL Servers, with a strong emphasis on automating processes using PowerShell and Azure DevOps, and version control with Git.

DOMINIK STODOLOVSKÝ

Data Engineer

I came across several Microsoft data platform tools as BI engineer in Joyful Craftsmen but I rank Power BI among the most popular ones. Thanks to several projects I gained vital knowledge that I now enjoy passing over to others. Let’s share these Microsoft Fabric & Power BI wonders!