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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(…)

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(…)

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(…)

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(…)

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 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(…)

Qlik Weekly Updates – December 15th 2014 Edition

1. Qlik Takes On Tableau In Data Visualization:  Cindi Howson, founder of BI scorecard writes about recent Qlik Sense launch in Information Week. Cindi mentions about  Qlik’s first annual customer event. As per the article, Previously, Qlik Sense was code-named as QlikView.Next. Qlik promoted Qlik Sense as self service BI platform with strong web integration(…)

Five words QlikView Developers should never say…

  Large/ Huge: Whenever you walk into a meeting room with the Business Analysts, Managers or Business Users who might ask how big is the application or data set? Don’t say it’s small/large/huge. Instead give the numbers because the words “small”,  “large” and “huge” are subjective to each person. Instead go prepared with the numbers ready in(…)

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