GitHub as Storage

I have increasingly found myself searching through older .pbix files looking for a handy function that I DO NOT want to rewrite. Both the looking for and the rewriting of functions are laborious, frustrating, and above all, unnecessary endeavours. By using her extremely helpful Curbal vlogs, Ruth Pozuelo pointed me to a (now obvious) solution: … Continue reading GitHub as Storage

Power BI Specialist is…

As mentioned in a previous post, I attended my first London Power BI User Group meeting last week. The presentation given by Reza Rad was titled Dataflows vs Datasets, but covered somewhat more. Data Architect ... Data Analyst ... Data Engineer... In addition to the expected comparison of dataflow and dataset definitions in the context … Continue reading Power BI Specialist is…

Website not Secure?

Google have recently introduced changes to their browser, Chrome, that shows warnings on any webpage not covered by an SSL certificate. What is SSL Encryption? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption protects information that you, the viewer, enter onto a website. For example, an SSL protects the personal data of visitors who sign up for your … Continue reading Website not Secure?

Course Results

My previous post Test Driving a New Course introduced Managing Customer Engagement with Microsoft Dynamics 365 from Microsoft Learning. Here I discuss my journey traversing the remainder of the course. Managing Customer Engagement focused on the capabilities of the Sales and Customer Service modules of Dynamics 365 and briefly discussed Field Service, particularly in the … Continue reading Course Results

…and a new beginning

Continuing from the previous post, looking at my past experience it would seem that FMPro would be an ideal fit to meet my needs for a single user CRM on the desktop. Overall, FileMaker is the best rapid application development tool I've used to date, and has always been a great developer experience. One bugbear: … Continue reading …and a new beginning

Learning on the job

One of the benefits of copy-editing technical and academic work is that one becomes -- albeit briefly -- a bit of an expert in a niche subject. Over the past couple of years I have read some interesting research on crime and criminology from an anthropological perspective, wider uses -- beyond bitcoin -- for block chain … Continue reading Learning on the job

NEW SERVICE: Editorial Support

Following a very successful collaboration with an old friend, one of our team is making a turn towards her roots in publishing. EKlär Solutions is now pleased to offer Academic Editorial Services, ranging from proofreading to substantive editing. Many companies now offer proofreading and other editorial services to students and academics alike. These services may … Continue reading NEW SERVICE: Editorial Support