When you’re faced with a slow Power BI report it’s very easy to assume that the problem is something to do with the dataset, how it’s modelled and how the DAX has been written, and then disappear down a rabbit hole of Marco-and-Alberto videos trying to shave milliseconds of the time taken by each DAX query the report runs.
Last BCBeerinar Kennie from Microsoft showed the telemetry for Business Central and it was great (soon you will be able to read more about it on my blog), but he also showed Azure Data Studio.
Even if this is not a new thing everyone was impressed that you can have a nice notebook (in markdown) and in the same place the code which can be executed. We were very couriers if this also could work with PowerShell.
One of the many new features in Business Central 2020 release wave 2, aka v17, is service-to-service authentication for automation APIs. What does that mean, how does it help us, and how does it work?