In honor of the holiday today, one of loyal Excel and Power BI lovers, Santa Monica-based Excel Consultant Szilvia Juhasz belts out this Power Pivot/Excel version of the classic “Santa Baby”. Thanks to Mr. Excel, Bill Jelen for sharing this great rendition with us. Follow Szilvia (@Xszil) and Mr. Excel, Bill Jelen, (@MrExcel) on Twitter.
Lyrics by Szilvia Juhasz: Santa baby! Some Power BI apps on the tree... for me! Designing dashboards all year... Santa baby! So hurry down the chimney tonight! Santa baby! An outer-space relational dah-tah-base! In the 3rd normal form, Santa baby! I'll speak to you... in SQL tonight!... Then up in the cloud, we'll go for a ride...! We'll take a crazy tour of Office three six five! Meet me after Power Pivot school... for some calculated measures by my swimming pool! Santa baby! An Excel cabaret on a yacht! (Why not??) I'll let you click my XY Scatterplot, Santa baby! So pivot down the chimney tonight! Santi papi! Let's vamos a quitar la noche... & we'll make DAX ;) We'll formulate the MINX() and the MAXX(), oh Santa baby! I'll hookup that VLOOKUP tonight! Santa boss-man! Just fill my stocking with some SUMX() and checks! Sign Steve B. on the line, Santa baby! I think he can afford it tonight! Now that MrExcel - he's all the rage! I flipped the day he finally liked my Twitter page He even wrote about me in his book! Power Pivot for the Data Analyst (take a look... page 57) Santa baby! About that Microsoft MVP award... ya think it's time to hook up some more chicks, baby?? cuz Club XL's got plenty o' guys! So hurry down the chimney tonight (that's right) Meet me at the Sky Drive... To-nite!!!!!!!
For more about why Szilvia wrote the song and to download the mp3, see this interview with Mr. Excel.
Happy Holidays from the Power BI team and Excel+Power BI fans all over the world!
ha ha this is such a sexy song for a sexy visualization tool.
I am going to turn this music on for my wife Christmas night:)
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