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Power Query Function for Dense Ranking

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Power Query Function for Dense Ranking Recently I was having issues writing a measure in DAX to rank items properly (not an issue with the DAX, but in my understanding of the DAX). I did some searching and came across Chris Webb’s article that had a nice implementation of ranking using Power Query. The technique he proposed uses Power Query to: sort a table by the column you want to rank by, add an index column…

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How to Ensure Project Success with Telerik (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

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How to Ensure Project Success with Telerik Step-by-Step Tutorial Using Imaginet’s Telerik Mastery By: Evan Bosscher At Imaginet, we love being the best at software innovation. While we traditionally have been one of the best in the world on the Microsoft platform for over 19 years, we are never shy about going deep and being world-class experts in other state-of-the-art tools and technologies – especially Telerik technologies. As a Telerik Gold Partner, our Imaginet team…

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How to Create Lists in SharePoint Using Visual Studio 2015 (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

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How to Create Lists in SharePoint Using Visual Studio 2015 (Step-by-Step Tutorial) At Imaginet, we’re always looking for better and faster ways to accomplish technology goals.  In this article, we’ll explore how to create lists in SharePoint using Visual Studio 2015 in a few simple steps, making your list creation more efficient than ever. Before we being, be sure your development environment meets the requirements for developing SharePoint solutions. You can check those requirements for…

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The Trappings of Not Using View Models (Part 2)

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The Trappings of Not Using View Models (Part 2) In the first part of this article, we looked at how using an enumerable as our strongly-typed model on a view can end up causing us some headaches. The example, a list of Person, further compounded the problem because the Person is likely an entity that is part of our database. At first glance, it doesn’t seem too bad, and again in many online samples and…

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The Trappings of Not Using View Models (Part 1)

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The Trappings of Not Using View Models (Part 1) While there will forever be a debate over the fruitfulness of using view models in MVC applications, chances are that an application of a reasonable size will end up requiring them. I don’t like to state this as a solid requirement, but I will present two good cases as to why you should almost always start with them.   Enumerable Models in Your Views If you…

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