Are you interested in learning Power Pivot?
I have a question and an announcement for you.
Question: Are you interested in learning Power Pivot? Do you want to connect, analyze and visualize lots of data using Excel?
IF(Your_answer="YES", "Read Announcement", "Read Announcement anyway!")
Announcement: 2nd Batch of Power Pivot coming on August 1st.
In February, this year we had our first batch of Power Pivot class going live. It was a fantastic experience. We had more than 340 professionals who learned how to use Power Pivot to take raw data, find insights and communicate better with Excel.
In short, they learned to move left to right (see the image below).
After 5 months, we are now open for fresh batch of students. This time there is a twist.
INTRODUCING Advanced Power Pivot course too
That is right. This time we have a whole new level of awesomeness added to the class. We also have an advanced (I must say, highly advanced) class available for you. And this will be taught by,
wait for it…
none other than…
If all this sounds exciting, then you will certainly love our online class.
I am working on creating the course brochure, lesson plans and other details. We are planning to launch this on August 1st (Thursday).
Meanwhile, I have prepared a few introduction videos explaining what Power Pivot is, how DAX works etc.
You can watch these and hear from us about the course by joining our email list. Just fill up the form below or click here.
Thank you so much for your support to Chandoo.org and your passion to learn more. You motivate me to learn new things and share them with you every week.
PS: I will be announcing detailed lesson plan, pricing etc. next week. Stay tuned.
My name is Chandoo. Thanks for dropping by. My mission is to make you awesome in Excel & your work. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. When I am not F9ing my formulas, I cycle, cook or play lego with my kids. Know more about me.
Thank you and see you around.
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