Kasper de Jonge is a Principal Program Manager on the BI team at Microsoft, where he has worked on developing features for Power BI, Power Pivot and other Analysis Services products such as the Tabular model and Multidimensional cubes. He is a frequent speaker at conferences such as TechEd, SQLPASS, and SQLSaturday. His blog can be found at http://www.kasperonbi.com  and can also be found at twitter http://twitter.com/kjonge. He is also author of Dashboarding and Reporting with Power Pivot and Excel.
Kasper de Jonge has submitted 4 sessions for SQLBits 2019, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

In this session we will look at all the important topics that are needed to get your Power BI modelling skills to the next level. We will cover the in memory engine, relationships, DAX, Composite models and aggregations.
In this session, we will explore real world DAX and Model performance scenario's. These scenarios range from memory pressure to high CPU load. Watch as we will dive into the model and improve performance by going through concrete examples.
One hot topic with Power BI is security, in this deep dive session we will look at all the aspects of security of Power BI, from users, logging to where and how your data is stored andleverage additional Azure services to secure it even more.
Power BI Premium enables you to build comprehensive, enterprise-scale analytic solutions that deliver actionable insights through Microsoft Power BI. The session will focus on performance, scalability, and application lifecycle management (ALM).

Sessions

Previous Sessions

SQL Server Code Name Denali Reporting Services will include Project Crescent for visualizing, interacting with and presenting data. Project Crescent. Come to this session to see how to make the most of this new tool.
The Power BI Preview service offers developers a rich API service for anyone to interact with Power BI programmatically and create applications for Power BI. In this session we will introduce you to the Power BI developer story
In this session we will look in detail into some of the features for the Power BI designer and take it for a spin and investigating some of the new capabilities it has to offer for different relationships and new DAX formulas.
The Analysis Services model used in both Power BI Desktop and SSAS allows solving of very complex modelling issue. In this session we will look at solving several complex modelling problems like many-to-many and RLS.
One hot topic with Power BI is security, in this deep dive session we will look at all the aspects of security of Power BI, from users, logging to where and how your data is stored andleverage additional Azure services to secure it even more.
In this session we will look at all the important topics that are needed to get your Power BI modelling skills to the next level. We will cover the in memory engine, relationships, DAX filter context, DAX vs M and DirectQuery.