Collection of links that should help you learn and master the wonderful MS Power BI tools. There’s much more very useful information out there, but you should be able to find it through references from theses resources.
1) M as a language
|Chris Webb’s M-Webinar||This is the best intro to M as a language at the moment. Recommending it as the first hour to invest in your Power Query & M-skills.|
|Ben Gribaudo’s series||Systematic intro of M as a language|
|Introduction to Power Query (informally known as “M”) Formula Language||Quick intro, but watch out: Strangely hidden. You can reach the content via the left navigation pane only! Get your head around the syntax sugar of each. Read repeatedly.|
|Video about M language concept||Lean back and enjoy the M(agic)|
|Formula Language Specification||Techie-hardcore: Describes the structure of the language. Quickly flip through for the first time to get an orientation. Read again after you’ve practiced for some time, with any luck it will start to speak to you 🙂|
|Formula Reference||Bookmark this: All functions with their specs.
And actively use this!: Read the specs, copy the example codes, paste it into the formula bar or advanced editor and study the results.
|M-Code Editor||How to create WordPad ++ editor for M, also includes a very useful function on how to extract additional metadata for #shared-function-list.|
RADACAD: From Rookie to Rockstar
Power Query Training: Magic Tricks for Data Wizards
|Power BI||Official Power BI Forum|
|TechNet Power Query||Official Power Query Forum|
|TechNet Power Pivot||Official Power Pivot Forum|
|MrExcel PowerBI||Power Pivot and Power Query|
|Stackoverflow||Not much traffic, but some very high quality M-code solutions|
|XLGuru (Ken Puls)||New forum dedicated to Power Query|
|Chris Webb||Matt Allington|
|Ken Puls||Rob Collie|
|Gil Raviv||Marco Russo & Alberto Ferrari|
|Ivan Bond||Scott Senkeresty|