Announcing Online Power Query Training!

I’m really pleased to announce that a new project I’ve been working on is live: powerquery.training, a website that offers online Power Query training!

online Power Query training

PowerQuery.Training

About PowerQuery.Training

PowerQuery.Training is a joint effort between Miguel Escobar (of PoweredSolutions.co) and myself: the two guys who are writing that Power Query book – M is for Data Monkey book.

M is for Data Monkey

M is for Data Monkey

What you can find at PowerQuery.Training

We believe that Power Query is a super important tool in the toolbox of every Excel user out there.  It's so easy to use, and so powerful, that we think everyone should know about it.  To that end, we've decided to include the following two areas on the site:

Power Query patterns

One of the areas of focus is to showcase Power Query patterns (techniques).  These patterns are well illustrated articles with supporting workbooks, which will help you build solutions for common scenarios.  There will be more coming as we have time to add them, but today you'll already find:

Online Power Query Training

We know that not everyone wants to read pages of documentation, trying to figure out how to use a new technology.  Some people want to carve out a block of time, link up with an instructor, and be taught the basics, and how to avoid the inevitable pitfalls.  That's our aim with our online Power Query training workshops.

That’s right, there will be live online offerings in order to help get you skilled up on Power Query without ever leaving the comfort of your own office!  All you need to do is dedicate 3 days of your time – well okay… and some space on your credit card – and you’ll be off to the races with this software, taming and automating the cleanup and refresh of your data.

Interested in seeing what the course covers?  Download the Course Agenda here.

4 thoughts on “Announcing Online Power Query Training!

  1. Hi John,

    Very busy schedules, constant changes to the product, we're constantly learning new techniques to make it more complete, and we didn't want to deliver a substandard product by rushing it. As much as we hated to do this, we felt that it was the best choice to make sure the book was complete and worth the funds people are dedicating to it.

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