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This post explains how to create a PowerBI report which sources data from two separate Azure SQL Databases. PowerBI offers two data access mechanisms; Import and DirectQuery. DirectQuery provides a range of benefits, the chief of which is that data is automatically refreshed. DirectQuery doesn’t import any data into PowerBI, instead it queries the data […]


A Bit of a Christmas Do in the Country with Benchpeg

by Paul Waller

Benchpeg – Supporting the work of the Jeweller since 2006 Earlier this year endjin redesigned the Benchpeg website that had previously been hosted on a decade-old content platform that was beginning to creak and groan. One of our main aims was to halve the day-to-day workload for generating content, and streamline the process of producing a weekly […]


London, 02/12/16 Barber Vangelos Georgiou has been cutting hair at George Gents’ Hairdresser on Bermondsey street since 1970. Over the years he’s seen dramatic changes to the neighbourhood, from factories to luxury shops and flats, with a knock on effect for his business as costs have risen and the factory workers who lived and worked […]


Reasons to: Round up of the Sessions I Attended

by Paul Waller

For some reason, even though I left school years ago, September seems to mark the start of a new year. Probably because that’s when schools do go back after the summer, my mind is sub-consciously stuck in that cycle and importantly this year our eldest begins a new chapter in his life – of starting […]


As Partners for Power BI, endjin is doing more and more interesting things with data and visualisations every week. Recently we were asked to develop some custom visualisations based on work item KPI data from inside Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), which required us to get to grips with the underlying VSTS REST API. This post […]


We produced a booklet to coincide with our Future Decoded talk “The 100 Year Start-up: Embracing Disruption in Financial Services“, where we examine the challenges and opportunities in the Microsoft Cloud for the Financial Services Industry, covering the following topics: Security, Privacy & Data Sovereignty Data Ingestion, Transformation & Enrichment Big Compute Big Data – […]


It’s #FinTechWeek in the UK, which means it’s the perfect time to share a customer story; for the past 3 years endjin have been helping Hymans Robertson, a market leading actuarial consultancy who have realigned their business towards innovation, placing FinTech and the cloud at the heart of their offerings in the emerging API, Data, […]


The Brief Towards the end of 2013 endjin were handed a brief by Mark Poynton, Head Chef and owner of Restaurant Alimentum in Cambridge for his entry into the Great British Menu 2014. For those not familiar with the TV show, it offers the chance for the nation’s top chefs to compete for the opportunity to cook a banquet […]


Bootstrap 3 At A Glance – Part One – Motivations

by Matthew Adams

In August 2013, Version 3 of the Bootstrap framework was released. The first version, developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at Twitter in 2011, was a pure CSS library. It was designed to provide a solid foundation for the most common user interface tasks that front-end developers faced every day, including grids and page […]


Example of a full-width bleed using Bootstrap 3

by Matthew Adams

In my previous post, I listed some top tips for getting started with bootstrap, and then produced a basic example layout with box-outs, sidebars and bleeds. One of the most common questions that has come from that post is “how do I achieve a section with a full-width bleed (e.g. for a full-width background), part […]