Apparently some people find my blog useful enough to bother to translate it into other languages. Two sites in particular behaved nicely and asked my permission. So if you find it easier to read Japanese or Russian rather than English, the following resources could be helpful:
PASSJ 長崎友嘉 Blog (SQL Server の BI をテーマにします) - http://blogs.sqlpassj.org/nagasaki/
This site is hosted at PASSJ – Professional Association for SQL Server Japan, by Tomoyoshi Nagasaki and is dedicated to SQL BI. There are plenty of translations and original articles there. I was honored to have special section dedicated just to translations of my blog at http://blogs.sqlpassj.org/nagasaki/category/558.aspx
Infology.ru - http://www.infology.ru/
This is project of Konstantin Lissianski and Andrei Pivovarov, site dedicated to data warehousing, business analytics, OLAP and CRM. It has very wide collection of mostly translated and also some original material. Again, I was honored to have translations of my blog featured on this site at http://www.infology.ru/category/author/pasumansky/ alongside with translations from Ralph Kimball, Bill Inmon, Nigel Pendse and Curt Monash.
There are translations to other languages too, but since they didn’t ask my permission, I will not link to them.
Interestingly, the Optimizing Count(Filter(...)) expressions in MDX blog turned out to be most popular, as it got translated into most number of languages.