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Business Intelligence in schools–PowerPivot and PowerView in Excel 2010/2013
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One week to deadline for Australian Microsoft Education Partner of the Year entries
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Business Intelligence in schools - mapping data with Report Builder
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A short video for training when rolling out Windows 8 for teachers
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Business Intelligence in schools - Dashboards in SharePoint 2013
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A week in Atlanta–Technology and Soda
This week I'm in Atlanta, Georgia. Home of the CNN, Coke and, currently, a heatwave. It's our annual internal conference called MGX (Microsoft Global Exchange). I'm expecting it to be an amazing week, with it's usual astonishing organisation and conference content (could you imagine organising a 12,000...
17 Jul 2012
Fun with Statistics - Prisons versus Education
“Fun with Statistics” doesn’t sound like a bright Monday blog post subject, but bear with me a while. The minimum cell space allocation for each prisoner to avoid torture or degrading treatment, as recommended by the Council of Europe "European Committee for the Prevention of...
15 Jul 2012
Why do Nigerian scammers say they are from Nigeria?
We’re in the school holidays down here in most of Australia, so perhaps some off-topic reading would be a nice diversion for a week or two. I’ll keep the usual Education Technology stuff flowing as it comes, but I’ve also got some stuff to share that diverts from my normal ‘education technology blog...
26 Jun 2012
Who’s office. Ours. In Austria
Darn, I moved to the wrong country. How nice would it be to work in the Microsoft Austria office? Our office in Sydney is a very, very nice place to work – the open plan, activity based working layout setup is brilliant ( It’s about what you do, not where you do it ). But I will admit to a hint of envy...
6 Jun 2012
A geeky sidenote on search engines
It’s Saturday, so let’s go with something off-topic for a break… I’m always interested to see the readers of this blog that end up here because of a search engine. Hopefully, you’re much more interested in what I write than the back-end geekery, but over the last couple of months I’ve had some interesting...
19 Aug 2011
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