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101 Series for Qlik Sense Developers – Part 1

  So, you’re looking to transition from QlikView to QlikSense developer. Concerning learning and other to-do items, it’s easy to get stuck too long in the thinking and planning phase. Many people get excited about the learning apps and other web resources. But unfortunately, they easily begin pushing them further back on their to-do lists,(…)

Learn new skills in New Year: QlikView and QlikSense Set Analysis

As a beginner, it’s overwhelming to grasp everything by reading, don’t get me wrong! Reading helps for sure but watching someone doing is easier as we don’t have to visualise it. Anything entirely new – I always prefer learning by watching and listening. When I started learning QlikView, forget about the video course, there wasn’t(…)

Mastering QlikView Set Analysis

Mastering QlikView Set Analysis

Every Qlik (View and Sense) developer must know Set Analysis. There are loads of articles on Qlikcommunity, and the good old reference manual has information on Set Analysis. However, the content on QlikCommunity is dispersed and hard to locate when you most need. Plus, reading Set Analysis is hard because of its syntax. When I(…)

Qlik Developer’s conversation with the Database Administrator

DV: QlikView Developer | Jim: Database Administrator DV: Hi Jim, can I get full access to Sales table on ORCAPROD? Jim: Why do you need full access? DV: I need it to extract the data to build a QlikView application for Finance and Operations. Jim: In that case, don’t you just need read access to the(…)

Javascript <> Java

Many QlikView developers are confused between Java and JavaScript. Many still thinks that JavaScript is part of Java platform, which is not true. While I was interviewing, I had seen some QlikView developers saying that they know Java and claim to have extensive experience writing extensions from scratch. In reality, they mean JavaScript. This will most likely backfire(…)

QlikView Server and Publisher Training Course

    Recently, we (myself and Shilpan) launched the QlikView Server and Publisher Course on Udemy. Which is a comprehensive course on QlikView Server and Publisher.  We had added loads of theory and practical content (see topics covered below). Together our goal is to make you awesome with QlikView Server and Publisher skills. This course(…)

Client Side Error Logging: QlikView IE-Plugin

I’m sure most of you, if not everyone are aware about the QlikView server logging. There are variety of logs available to manage and debug QlikView Server and Publisher. As a QlikView developer, you use the QVW logs to debug the script errors. Recently I had been dealing with the IE-Plugin stability and performance issues.(…)

Qlik Monthly Updates – July 2015 Edition

1. Launch of Qlik Sense Cloud: Qlik launched private Qlik Sense Cloud for everyone. No doubt it’s great idea and it helps developers and new customers who wanted to try Qlik Sense. It is readily available and there is no setup nor installation (apart from QlikSense desktop installation, which is free as well!) Although, you(…)

New job…first day in office as a QlikView Developer

First day in office as a QlikView Developer. Like previous job or for that matter any other job, you need to get started…right? But on what? Whether you like it or not you are going to be constantly judged by the results you accomplish in first month or first assignment. Probably, half of your colleagues(…)

Five reasons why you should take – QlikView Developer Course on Udemy

As a beginner it’s overwhelming to grasp everything by reading, don’t get me wrong! Reading helps for sure but watching someone doing is easier as we don’t have to visualise it. Anything completely new – I prefer learning by watching and listening. When I started learning QlikView, forget about the video course, there wasn’t a(…)

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