I describe John as a meat and potatoes Excel guy, be prepared to fill up on the in-depth information as to the “WHY” we do the things we do in Excel, not just the “HOW TO“.
Constantly reinventing himself with each Microsoft update, Michael is a champion of multiple Microsoft Office products – the good, the bad, the ugly – he pulls no punches to make sure you are as efficient as possible in everything that you do.
Oz D du Soleil
Chicago Bears fan and master of the ghost pepper, Oz speaks from the heart and makes Excel relatable and enjoyable with his unique personality.
The premiere website for a who’s who in the Excel community. Engaging conversations and live content make this a must see event.
I danced around Ken’s site for quite some time when I needed Get & Transform (Power Query) help. It wasn’t until I decided to get back to basics and sit down with his “M is For Data Monkey” that I finally saw the light. I probably tweet @kpuls more than anyone on Twitter each time I have an “Ah-Ha!” moment in G&T.
I listened to some podcasts with Rob, read some articles and finally sat down with his book “Power Pivot and Power BI“. Each tiny bit of content made me fall in love with his demeanor more and more but it was this one comment that got me hook, line and sinker – “Some people can see the next big thing while others need it explained it to them.” SOLD. 100% Sold.
Constantly trying to push the boundaries of Excel’s speed limitations Charles provides a very high level of analysis of what’s going on under Excels’ engine. I’m just as lost as the next person sometimes but I greatly appreciate his contributions to the community.
Some of the most mind bending visualizations you will ever see in Excel. Anything that I write here will do this site no justice.