Book Title Followup Question, and Your Hilarious Suggestions From Friday

Got a lot of great feedback in response to Friday’s survey – thanks for that.  Also, I really enjoyed some of the suggestions people took the time to write in – see the bottom of this post for some of the funnier ones Smile

Based on that last survey, I removed titles that got no love and added a few based on feedback.  So if you have a moment, please fill this one in real quick and hit Submit:

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Your Funny Write-In Suggestions!

OK, here’s a selection of some of the more creative suggestions.  Give you folks an “Other” option in an anonymous survey, and the results are interesting to say the least:

50 Shades of PowerPivot
PowerPivot: The Queen’s Gambit
Dear God Not Another Book (note from Rob:  I sympathize with this one)
PowerPivot 221 Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes’ address)
Dax the way I like it (uh huh, uh huh.  Probably my favorite)

You guys crack me up Smile

Rob Collie

One of the founding engineers behind Power Pivot during his 14-year career at Microsoft, and creator of the world’s first cloud Power Pivot service, Rob is one of the foremost authorities on self-service business intelligence and next-generation spreadsheet technology.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Vineeth

    Hi Rob,

    I always thought, a book titled “PowerPivot – The Truth Is Out There ” would be an awesome name for your next book on powerpivot.

    BTW – i have a copy of your book and i carry it to office everyday, i just finished building a cost analysis report for our internal customer, and your book was of great help.

    Thanks and wishing you luck on your future venture.


  2. Cezar

    Well, I’m a bit late, but my proposal is “Whatever… Dax it!”

  3. Ryan

    I guess I’m even more late…. “Once you go DAX, you never go Back”.

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