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Coming Soon to a City Near You!

I’m thrilled to announce that we have “locked in” Atlanta, and its first meeting will be November 14th at the Microsoft offices in Alpharetta!  Featured speaker:  me.

Yes, I know it’s a slow process, but inexorably, we grind forward.  Many cities still to come.

In the meantime, if you have not registered your interest in a group near you, please do so here.

Now en Espanol!

I’m VERY late announcing this, so apologies to Miguel.  The Spanish translation of my book is complete and it is now listed on Amazon:

Power Pivot Book en Espanol!  On Amazon.

Kindle Version Already Available.  Print Version Listed as “Not Yet Released.”
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VERY cool.  I’m told that Amazon will print copies of the Spanish book on an as-needed basis, so if you want a physical version, give it a shot.

Better yet:  I’m going to order a physical copy now and report back.  Why would I *not* have a physical copy of my own book translated into another language?

SO cool.  Thanks Miguel!  I hope you are able to do some serious “damage” in the Spanish market with this in hand.

Ooh, also available on iTunes.  Can’t get enough of this Smile

Power Pivot Book en Espanol!  On iTunes.

Also on iTunes.  Click for more info.

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 17 Comments

  1. Costs $279 on iTunes! Want to get it for a colleague but he hasn’t got a Kindle… any ideas/ suggestions for a technically-challenged guy?

  2. I’m start to read your book in spanish, I just discover I’m a Excel Pro (LOL). I hope that finally can use power pivot for my job. I have 2 years trying to use them, but always go back to pivot table. I’m very excitment for start the practices. I tell you later…
    There are some mistakes with the translate …. If you like I can suggest some change of words or phrases….

    Good luck….

    Carlos
    From: El Salvador

  3. Una consulta Miguel,
    En Excel en Español, las formulas no son las mismas – por ejemplo: VLOOKUP = BUSCARV
    Sabes si es el mismo caso en DAX formulas? …or son las mas mismas en Español e Ingles?

    Por ejemplo: =COUNTROWS(DISTINCT = ¿En Español?

    Gracias de antemano!

    Carlos A Canales

  4. Formulas DAX para PowerPivot es muy bien! I haven’t read the Spanish version but the English version is an amazing book that I keep handy. I also found out today while procuring copies for my work that it is the #1 Best Seller in Beginning & Introductory Databases. Great job and congrats Rob!

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