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Three components of QlikView SET ANALYSIS

You’ve been doing this SET ANALYSIS thing for a while, and you’re are about to get serious about it. You might have tried SET ANALYSIS on your own & using QlikCommunity help. As a developer it’s important to use the common standard vocabulary while talking with fellow developers about the expressions/scripts. As you’re aware that(…)

Advanced Filters: QlikView Design Principle

Before building a dasbhboard or QlikView app, developer must consider the technical challenges relating to successful app design. Failing to build an app with such technicalities in mind could result in an app that many users find unprofessional and difficult to use. Technical issues here doesn’t mean data model challenges or writing complex expressions, we(…)

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(…)

Learn QlikView

I’ve been receiving lot of questions about how, what and where to start with QlikView. So, I’ve decided to create a infographic which covers the learning path to become a QlikView Developer. I’ve also included references from the infographic, which are listed at the bottom of the page. I wish good luck to all the aspiring Developers!   References:(…)

Different types of Qlik Developers

  In my view, there are five types of QlikView Developers. 1. Hacker: The Hacker starts off learning anything with great enthusiasm and ready to overcome the challenges. He or she is willing to stay on the plateau for long time as long as they get to hack something once in a while. They are(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – April 06th 2015 Edition

1. QlikDevGroup (QDG) third event with Donald Farmer: We had great third event in London (Venue: Capital Suite, 1st fl, 33 Queen Street, EC4R 1AP). Number of attendees have increased compared to previous events and we’ve got great feedback from the attendees. Thanks to Donald Farmer for talking time to speak at the QlikDeveloperGroup third(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – March 02nd 2015 Edition

1. Gartner positions Qlik as a leader: Qlik has announced it has been positioned by Gartner in the Leaders Quadrant of the 2015 Business Intelligence and Analytics Platform Magic Quadrant report. This designation marks the fifth consecutive year that Qlik has been positioned in the Leaders Quadrant based on completeness of vision and ability to(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – February 16th 2015 Edition

1. Qlik acquires NPrinting: Finally, it happened – I’m very pleased to see that Qlik still respects PixelPerfect reporting requirements. We’ve two main stream products – NPrinting and CIA reports for Pixel perfect reporting. Qlik has acquired Vizubi and its NPrinting product line, the market-leading report generation, distribution, and scheduling application for QlikView. A Qlik(…)

Qlik Dev Group – 5 W(s)

  Who? Three QlikView consultants/developers: Jason Michaelides (Twitter: @QlikViewBoy) Matthew Crowther (Twitter: @QlikViewBI | Blog:  QVDesign) Myself  (Twitter: @dvadithala)   What? Jason, Matt and myself started the Qlik Dev Group. It’s what it says and our aim is to create a group/forum where developers from all levels can learn & share their knowledge by engaging. Not just participation as(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – December 29th 2014 Edition

1. 2015 Technology Predictions: Qlik on Big Data: James Richardson, Business Analytics Strategist at Qlik makes following predictions about Big Data.  Prediction No. 1: “Information activism” will emerge Prediction No. 2: Data will come from external sources, not just internal Prediction No. 3: Data without borders will be possible Prediction No. 4: Governed data discovery will(…)

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