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The Qlikosphere, 18 blogs you should follow

This is part one in a series of blog posts where I will share some of the resources that I use on a daily basis. Today I am going to share some of my bookmarks, specifically blogs. These are some of the most interesting blogs discussing QlikView today.

QlikView notes

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Qlikblog.at

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QV Design

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QlikView notes is one of the first QlikView oriented blogs. It’s made by Rob Wunderlich and it is a great source for developers to find performance tips and best practices.

Stefan Walther is behind this amazing blog. It's one of the best blogs to stay up to date with QlikView extensions, so if you are looking for something Qool you are in the right place.

Beingpassionate about QlikView design, this is one of my favorite sources of inspiration. In Matthew Crowther own words: “So have a browse around and get inspired; it’s not plagiarism; it’s research.”

QlikView Tips

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QlikView Maven

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QlikShare

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Stephen Redmond is covering visualization, technical tips and business related opinions, all in one place.

Tim Benoit : “a mix of tips for both beginners and advanced users with a focus on things you won't find in the manual”.

Deepak Vadithala is doing an impressive job with QlikShare. Here you will find QlikView video tutorials, quizzes and tips. Well done Deepak!

The Qlik Board!

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QlikView Addict

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mindspank

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Bill Lay is running this very practical blog where he writes about personal experiences with QlikView and creative tips for standard objects.

Matt Fryer, creator of QlikView Notepad ++, has a blog that contains explanations, examples, tips, tricks and musings from a QlikView addict.

At Alex Karlsson´s blog you will find some new and exciting QlikView extensions. Great for map extensions and visualization related topics.

QlikFix

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iQlik

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QuickIntelligence

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QlikView blog: tips, tricks and tutorials. By Barry Harmsen, co-author of the book "QlikView 11 for Developers".

One tip per month seems to be the rule. By Miguel García, co-author of the book "QlikView 11 for Developers".

Steve Dark’s blog contains QlikView tips about development and also some screen casts on youtube.

TIQView

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Living QlikView

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One Qlik at a Time

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With focus on data integration you will find articles around how to connect with not so ordinary data sources like HANA, Hadoop and so forth.

Interesting blog around data visualization and tips and tricks. By  Aaron Couron

Chris Johnson is categorizing his posts in three self explanatory categories: Basic, Intermediate and opinion.

Bi Review

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...and points beyond

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Michael Ellerbeck

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Dmitry Gudkov's blog is about Business Intelligence and Data Visualization. Not just about QlikView but mainly.

Jay Jakosky writes mostly about data, so if you are in this industry this is a nice read with good links.

Michael writes about a bunch of different topics tech related. A very active blog; it seems he read and knows all about Qlikosphere

If you know another QlikView blog and you think I should include it in the Qlikosphere, please leave a comment and I´ll do my best.

Enjoy Qliking!

Arturo Muñoz

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It's brand new, but come take a look and share your ideas:

www.intuiqlik.com

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Thanks very much for the mention here - it is great to be mentioned in such good company as those other blogs.

- Steve

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Good job, keep it up. Thanks for sharing.  Its very good to see the list of all blogs in a single place.

Regards,

Jagan.

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advait_thakur
Contributor III

Great work, Glad to see all in one view. This information will be crucial for everyone,

Thanks

Advait

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Good one. I can find the many blogs I didn't came throught yet.

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=Repeat('Thanks from Me n ALL Community people to Arturo Muñoz for greate work Keep Posting ', Ntimes)       

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

A couple I occasionally read too:

http://yahqblog.blogspot.com: Jonathan Dienst, need one say more

http://www.infinityinsight.com/blog/: Vlad Gutkovsky, looks to me like he really knows his stuff

http://qlikfit.blogspot.co.uk/: Erica Whalley, new blog with a focus on Healthcare and Statistics. I hope she'll keep posting interesting stuff like that.

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Partner
Partner

Great posting!

For the german speaking regions I'd like to add my blog at blog.heldendaten.net

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Thanks for sharing.!!!

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Thank you Arturo, really interesting links!

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fdelacal
Valued Contributor

Thank you for Sharing, Great posting!

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fheidenstecker
Contributor II

Thanks for putting these all together!

I also want to mention my blog
qlikfan.tumblr.com

It is written in German and shows some unique QlikView Applications I created, like a James Bond Analysis or a 8-Bit Styled Dashboard.

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hariharasudan_p
Contributor

Thanks for sharing this. Very helpful. Great piece of work.

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Thanks for the mention (btw, it is spelled  maven )

When I started the blog several years ago it was almost impossible to find QlikView information on the Internet using a search engine. Now, thanks to the blogs you mentioned and especially thanks to QlikCommunity, there is information and examples available on most topics.

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Employee
Employee

wow, extremely humbled to be mentioned amongst these QV blog giants!

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Luminary
Luminary

Thank you for the mention. I really appreciate that

Cheers,

DV

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Employee
Employee

@Tim sorry for the typo 

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aaroncouran
Contributor III

I can't believe my little blog LivingQlikView would be included in this list.  I need to add more content....

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thank you for the collection!

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Thanks Gysbert  

I created a place to put all the statistical stuff I need to do in QV, please do check it out if you are interested .

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Great, Thanks!

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muniyandi
Contributor III

Thanks to all.

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hariharasudan_p
Contributor

Where it is Erica. Link pls ?

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hello, the link is http://qlikfit.blogspot.co.uk/

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Partner
Partner

Thanks for all the tips. We work in Germany and also plan to start a QlikView blog. Our idea was to name the blog "QlikWerkstatt". ("Werkstatt" in deutch is like 'craftsman workshop' - The aim of the blog is to give very practical tips). The marketing department of QlikTech in Germany has informed us that it is not permitted to use the word "Qlik" in the name of a blog. Obviously apply different rules here in Germany - we find this very sad and wonder why?

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Hi Chris - I look forward to seeing the blog.  The defacto way of ensuring compliance when naming things related to QlikView is to go for QV (ie. QVWerkstatt).  Most people in the know will recognise this as a QlikView blog - the fact it has QVW right in the name is a nice bonus too.

Steve

http://www.quickintelligence.co.uk/

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Great to know Jonathan is a south african boy

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Thanks for sharing the blog..

I need a clarification whether we can push notifications to the user on a ipad from outside the Qlikview App? If yes can you people guide on how to implement the same.

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Partner
Partner

Great List Arturo - Did you not include the

community.qlikview.com/blogs/qlikviewdesignblog

because you thought everyone would have it as it is part of the community.   I particularly respect Henric Cronstrom's posts on it.

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Partner
Partner

OK OK OK - Can you comment on yourself!  I now see which blog this was posted on 🙂  Have a nice day everyone!

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