#QlikHighlights2020 Giveaway - Reply to this thread with your entry for a chance to win $200 Amazon Gift Card!
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To enter – you can reply to this Qlik Community discussion thread with a short paragraph of what was memorable about Qlik in 2020 along with supporting images, demo videos or sample apps - you name it – be creative – as creativity will get you noticed and don’t forget to tag your entry with #QlikHighlights2020.
To enter – you can reply to my Qlik Community discussion thread with a short paragraph of what was memorable about Qlik in 2020 along with supporting images, demo videos or sample apps - you name it – be creative – as creativity will get you noticed and don’t forget to tag your entry with #QlikHighlights2020 and if on Twitter or LinkedIn be sure to tag me as well.
With this solution, we were able to put business logic on top of Qlik data to determine which elements to show on each page based on things like grade level, networks of schools, specialty school types, etc.
We use QAP, Enigma, Piccasso, QDT Components and a bunch of other projects from the Qlik Open Source Software work. We think it's the state of the art and are really proud of all the hard work from our team at IPC and the school district. Hope you enjoy.
This time last year, concepts such as 'lockdowns', 'mask mandates' and 'social distancing' were unknown to most of us. Today they are part of our everyday language as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact all aspects of our lives.
*** LET'S FLATTEN THE CURVE *** was my #QlikHighLight2020 During March and April i created daily movies for the spread of the Covid19 virus in the World and the Netherlands.
My Qlik highlight 2020 was when I first tried to design my own application in Qlik Sense for the academic datathon! It was the year where I went through the tutorials provided by Qlik and managed to pick up Qlik Sense by myself. Although I didn’t managed to become the overall winner of the datathon, i’m super thankful for the experience and am proud of what I came up with. Through this, I also managed to take part in Qlik Nation and the community where I learned a lot more on what Qlik has to offer!