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Wise Owl are (finally) embracing the cloud, with two new Power Automate courses. There's our two-day Introduction to Power Automate course, with the first scheduled dates in October (and bookable as a tailored course thereafter) and a new two-day Advanced Power Automate course covering topics we couldn't squeeze onto the introduction one. We've also published a handy comparison of Power Automate and Power Automate Desktop, in case you're wondering what the difference is between them!
Our current home-grown website CMS (Content Management System) has been creaking at the seams for some time now - it barely deserves the title CMS. We thought we'd explain why we're going for a Python GUI system to edit our HTML (and not a web-based or Microsoft one), and look at how QT works and whether you should be using it.
The June Power BI update has a few small changes, but we're also noticing a few bugs too in this update (some quick measures aren't being created, and undoing with Ctrl + Z can sometimes cause strange behaviour). We're also taking this opportunity to ask you to suggest ideas for our next videos comparing Power BI and Tableau.
Many thanks to Karen of Goodness Marketing for providing such excellent marketing support over the last 3 years or so - she will be missed (among many other things Karen created our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn campaigns, and is the reason this newsletter exists). As one door closes ... a big welcome to Shaun the Sheep, Sam's tattoo (regular readers of this newsletter will understand why he got it!).
How long would it take YOU to pick out every letter of the alphabet from a tin of alphabet spaghetti? It took Jacob Chandler from Oregon 2 minutes and 8.6 seconds, as you can see here.
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