Adam Saxton is just a guy in a cube doing the work! He is on the Power BI CAT team at Microsoft working with customers to help adopt Power BI. He is based in Texas and started with Microsoft supporting SQL Server connectivity and Reporting Services in 2005. Adam has worked with Power BI since the beginning, on the support side, and with documentation. In addition, he produces weekly videos for his Guy in a Cube YouTube channel.
Adam Saxton has submitted 8 sessions for SQLBits 2019, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

We’ve all worked with data. Large data, small data, structured and unstructured data. How do we really work with data in a way that takes it to the next level? Power BI has some magic up its sleeves to help you do just that.
We’ve all worked with data. Large data, small data, structured and unstructured data. How do we really work with data in a way that takes it to the next level? Power BI has some magic up its sleeves to help you do just that.
We’ve all worked with data. Large data, small data, structured and unstructured data. How do we really work with data in a way that takes it to the next level? Power BI has some magic up its sleeves to help you do just that.
We’ve all worked with data. Large data, small data, structured and unstructured data. How do we really work with data in a way that takes it to the next level? Power BI has some magic up its sleeves to help you do just that.
We’ve all worked with data. Large data, small data, structured and unstructured data. How do we really work with data in a way that takes it to the next level? Power BI has some magic up its sleeves to help you do just that.
Join this session to experience the journey of SSRS and how to create and deploy reports across all the different products available in the Microsoft Ecosystem.
We’ve all worked with data. Large data, small data, structured and unstructured data. How do we really work with data in a way that takes it to the next level? Power BI has some magic up its sleeves to help you do just that.
During this all-demo session, we will dig deep into some of the most captivating, but less publicized features of the desktop.

Sessions

Previous Sessions

I look at how you can take advantage of an on-premises gateway to make use of local data when creating reports and dashboards for Power BI. This will start with Power BI Desktop, and the choices you have for SQL Server and Analysis Services.
So, you think you know everything you need to know about the Power BI Report Server because you use traditional SQL Server Reporting Services. Well, don’t believe it!
Microsoft's Patrick and Adam answer a lot of questions on Power BI, SSAS and other tech. Those questions result in videos on their YouTube channel. In this session they are going to show a few. Don’t miss out, there is a little something for everyone.