Microsoft BI Professionals - Wisconsin

The Microsoft BI Professionals - Wisconsin is an official chapter of the Professional Association for SQL Server and is also a recognized Microsoft Power BI User Group. Our objective is to provide a forum for Wisconsin Business Intelligence professionals of all levels to network, ask questions, share knowledge and expertise with other members. We plan to meet quarterly. Meetings are always FREE and food is provided. Details about the next meeting can be found on this page.

In conjunction with our quarterly meetings which cover all areas of the Microsoft BI stack, we will be offering Power BI specific meetings on a monthly basis (when there is no quarterly meeting). Those meetings will be posted here as well and we will keep group members updated via email.

Join us on the Power BI Community site and create an account. You can use the site to ask any questions and also affiliate yourself to our particular User Group!  Win prizes and swag for group and community participation.

Microsoft is not responsible for content on this website or activities that take place at Group meetings.

PASS Summit 2015 Dicsount Code


PASS Summit 2017


OCTOBER 31-  Nov 3, 2017


October 29, 2014



Top Ten Tutorials from PowerBI.Tips

We hope you can join us for this PUG meeting as Mike Carlo will be presenting "The Top Ten Tutorials from PowerBI.Tips" this will be the session that he is giving at the Data Insights Summit in June!
During the tutorials we will sprinkle in some interesting tips and tricks on how to best utilize Power BI. Tutorials are based off of real world business questions. 

Tutorials will range from ingesting data, writing DAX formulas, adding color themes, and leveraging R visuals.



Tuesday, May 30th, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 


Michael Carlo



I'm very passionate about data and analytics. Over the past year I've spend a massive amount of time learning PowerBI and PowerBI Desktop. Through this learning process I have determined that others may also be interested in also learning this technology to visualize their data. Thus, I have developed a website knowledge repository for all things PowerBI, (www.PowerBI.Tips). This site is uniquely set up for people to come read and learn about data modeling and visualizations within Power BI.  

- Employee of Johnson Controls, Held a number of positions, from engineering, to sales & marketing and now the Platform Manager of the Johnson Controls Data Platform.
Technical Background
- Mechanical Engineering Degree from Cedarville University in Ohio
- MBA from Cardinal Stritch University
- Currently pursing Masters of Data Science UW Oshkosh
- 2017 Microsoft MVP for Power BI
- Owner / operator of, www.PowerBI.Tips




6pm - 8pm Food and Drinks will be provided


Event Location:


Microsoft office address:
833 East Michigan Street, Suite 860
Milwaukee, WI,53202

Location Details:
Very Important! You must RSVP no later than 5/27/2017 as we will need to make sure you are registered with the Security Desk.

There is an underground parking structure that may have availability.   Enter on East Michigan and park in the attached parking garage in a visitors spot.  Please note that there is a parking fee in this structure.

Take elevators on 1st floor to 4th floor lobby.  Check in at desk with Security on 4th Floor and they will direct you to the 8th floor where the Microsoft office is located.   



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