You need to upgrade your Qlik skillset. The folks at Websy will help get you there.
For a while now, the winds of change have been blowing on the Qlik consulting front. As Qlik Sense, the product, grows from toddler to teenager its true potential is becoming apparent. The data-side massaging is becoming easier and less intensive as the opportunities to extend Qlik outside the hub gain importance.
Although I have not seen any waning in traditional Qlik developments yet, I thought it was time for me to invest in some continuing education.
Continue reading Websy – Qlik Sense Web Development Course [Review] at Living Qlik.
Qlik Sense June 2017 is Finally Here!
The new version of Qlik Sense has been presented to the unwashed masses. There are 3 new visualizations we will focus on today, but there are several other great additions to the platform that are worthy of exploration:
- 3 New Visualizations
- Improved Data Preparation
- Script-side dimension color assignment
- On-Demand Apps
- The new Analytic Connector – Will connect third-party engines like R to the front-end Qlik Sense experience
Today we will take a look at the new promised built-in visualizations.
Continue reading 3 New Must-Have Qlik Sense Visualizations at Living Qlik.
Another Qonnections is in the books. Like all Qonnections (this is my 5th), it has passed like a whirlwind of activity and fun. I will try to sort through the experience to find some of the random notables coming out of Qonnections 2017.
The most exciting information came out of the day 1 general session. Anthony Deighton revealed the 2020 Vision and Roadmap. The overall vision is that unlike the “scary version” of AI where the machines take over the world, Qlik is embracing AI as “Augmented Intelligence” where the human is still the central point in the decision-making process and the machine intelligence supports the human in an intelligent way.
Continue reading Qonnections 2017 in Review at Living Qlik.