A few weeks ago, I published a post 16 Items on My Qlik Sense Wishlist. It was just a “List to Santa Qlik” on the features that I would like to see in Qlik Sense. This post seemed to resonate with LivingQlik readers. Many people added their own wishlist items or voted on the features from the article they would like to see. This post has definitely garnered the most audience participation LivingQlik has ever seen which is just awesome.
30 post Comments – I know this really isn’t that much, but it is a record for me.
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Teaching new developers is part of my job description. It is definitely something I enjoy doing. I am frequently asked what qualities new developers should possess to excel with QlikView or Qlik Sense. And usually they are talking about technical experience. “Should I know SQL?”
Although there are always technical requirements, I have always been way more concerned with having the right attitude. Given the correct mentality, all the technical stuff will follow.
I often wonder what makes a good QlikView and Qlik Sense developer. I reflected on all the students I helped train and my own skills (or lack thereof) and came up with a list of qualities and skills that I believe are essential for a Qlik developer.
Continue reading 8 Qualities of the Absolute Best Qlik Developers at Living Qlik.
In this post, I will review Stephen Few’s Information Dashboard Design. Regarded by many as the “Bible of Dashboard Design”, if you design data analysis interfaces (ie. dashboards) for business users, you had better own this book.
Who is Stephen Few Anyway?
The name Stephen Few is well known in BI circles. He has been consulting in this space for over 30 years at Perceptual Edge. He has written several books on the subject and even introduced us to a new visual data object, the bullet graph.
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