Episode 287 – Power BI Field Parameters and Microsoft Entra

Episode 287 – Power BI Field Parameters and Microsoft Entra

In Episode 287, Ben and Scott take a detour to talk about Field Parameters in Power BI before they get back on track and dive into Microsoft Entra.

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Episode 285 – The new Outlook for Windows is here (for real this time)

Episode 285 – The new Outlook for Windows is here (for real this time)

In Episode 285, Ben and Scott have some follow-up on the deprecation of basic auth in Exchange Online, a new learning collection for CMMC, and the pilot release of the new Outlook client for Windows.

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Episode 284 – Take a break from basic authentication in Exchange Online

Episode 284 – Take a break from basic authentication in Exchange Online

In Episode 284, Ben and Scott spend some time reminding all of you that it is time to move off Basic Authentication in Exchange Online before it goes away for good at the end of this year.

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Episode 283 – Azure Bicep with Andrew Connell

Episode 283 – Azure Bicep with Andrew Connell

In Episode 283, Ben brings Andrew Connell out of podcast retirement to discuss Azure Bicep. They discuss why to use Bicep, how and where to go to learn it, uses cases for Bicep as well how you can use it for CICD. Finally, they wrap up by answering the question…will we see a Voitanos course on Bicep?

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Episode 282 – Getting started with Power Query

Episode 282 – Getting started with Power Query

In Episode 282, Scott talks to Ben about a situation he ran into at work where he wanted to automate the ingestion of data from Azure Data Explorer and Azure DevOps into Excel. They talk about how you can query data from multiple data sources using Power Query and bring that data together with relationships and visualizations.

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