We invite you to the 11th meeting of Power BI &MS Fabric users and data analysis enthusiasts. This event is dedicated to people working with Power BI technology daily, interested in expanding their competencies in this area, and those just starting their adventure with BI-class systems.

Power BI &MS Fabric user meeting – what will happen?

The next meeting will take place on 27 March at the Cracow University of Economics, 27 Rakowicka St. We invite you to pavilion S, room 7 at 6:30 PM.


  • 18:30 – 18:40 – Intro
  • 18:40 – 19:25 – Grzegorz Strzymiński – “Power BI. Paginated Reports”.
  • 19:25 – 19:45 – Pizza Break
  • 19:45 – 20:30 – Dominik Dębowski – “Copilot for Power BI”.
  • 20:30 – 21:00 – Outro & Networking

Who will speak at the 11th Krakow Power BI &MS Fabric User Group meeting?

Grzegorz Strzymiński
Grzegorz is a Power BI consultant and trainer. He has experience in delivering Power BI-related training and sessions to groups of 5 to 250 people at levels from beginner to advanced. He has conducted sessions for professionals, students and people eager to try their hand at Business Intelligence. Grzegorz contributes to and leads sessions at many Microsoft Power Platform community events, focusing on Power BI.
He works as a senior BI developer at Kearney, based in Warsaw, Poland, where he serves as the power BI technical lead for the BI team in Poland. He holds numerous Microsoft certifications, including those related to Power BI: PL-300, DA-100 and 70-778
Session abstract:
Have you been in this situation? You’ve taken care of gathering business requirements, designed efficient pipelines to load data into the model in a star schema, written advanced formulas in DAX and prepared beautiful visualisations. All this effort was just to hear a ‘meeeh’ from the client because they could not clearly see the data label on the topmost column in the column chart. Or because the customer selected a product on the filter that is not sold in the currently selected country and received a completely blank report page.
I have also encountered situations like this. While adding a background to the data labels solved the first problem, or at least it seemed to, I eventually realised there had to be a better solution to such a challenge. Equally, there had to be a better solution than including a bidirectional relationship to solve the second situation described.
During my adventures with Power BI, I encountered many such challenges. They had two points in common: they significantly worsened the User Experience, and they could be solved with a few clever lines of DAX. In this session, I’ll talk about selected cases of this type and their solutions to help you put the finishing touches on your Power BI report.
After this session, you will be able to:

  • Improve the scaling of charts and synchronise their scale.
  • Create bespoke data labels on charts in several ways,
  • Narrow the options visible on the fragmenter to only those available in the current context without needing a bidirectional relationship.

Dominik Dębowski
converts problems into challenges. He has mastered turning data and business requirements into aesthetically pleasing Power BI reports during his long career. Daily, he works with people and data to create bespoke BI solutions.
Session abstract:

Copilot. How can it help you work with Power BI?
An introduction to this technological innovation and first findings and insights.

We invite you to register for the event – HERE.