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Presenting the Power BI Demo Contest Semi-Finalist Winners!

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After a nail-biting back half of January, we are pleased to announce that the community voting stage for the Power BI demo contest is over, and that we received over 65 amazing submissions!  The videos we received kept us glued to our screens for hours on end, and our hearts filled with pride as we watched impressive demo after demo.  In fact, there were so many high quality videos in total that we knew it was difficult for our community to view them all and make their picks.

So what to do, what to do?  We decided to add five more demos to the top ten videos that our community selected to make this list even more complete!  Congratulations to all 15 of our semi-finalists – your Xbox One’s will be headed out the door shortly — and thanks to all for entering our contest!

Without further ado, we proudly present our list of semi-finalists, and we invite you to stay-tuned for the next round of judging to be determined February 15th

In the meantime, be sure to check out our expert panel of judges and view the top 15 semi-finalist videos in the entrants gallery on Facebook!



An Amazing Movie Adventure with Power BI

Amr Al Jarhi

Crime in Chicago

Kevin Allen

Power Usage Analytics with Power BI

Patrick Brady

Live Tweeting and Buzzer Beating: A Power BI demo about Twitter and NBA games

Michael Carper

Integrating Power BI with real time bank campaign information and Data Mining predictions

Carlos Costa

IMDb Analysis with MSFT Power BI

Dan English

Roller Coaster Vacation

Devin Knight

Using Real-Time Social Media Data with Power BI

Kaitlyn Knoll

When Cricket World Cup data meets Microsoft Power BI

Peeyush Kumar

Few facts about Dinosaurs

Alexander Pinkus

Race To Touch The Sky

Ishita Sureka

A Tribute to Dr John Snow using Power BI

Jason Thomas

Earth’s Rising Tempers – Volcanoes

Remy Tom

Power Query and Facebook Likes

Mike Tetreault

Analyzing British Road Traffic Accident Data with Power BI

Chris Webb