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Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland (QVMS) Episode 14
| Barry Harmsen | Ian Crosland | Steve Pressland
Mark your calendar for the unmissable Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland Episode 14 – 27th November 2020
Co-hosted by our very own Qlik Luminary, Andrew McIlwrick, the Qlik Virtual Meetup Scotland Episode 14 is a forum for Qlik Developers of all levels to learn from and engage with senior industry folk and each other.
Date: 27th November 2020
Time: 3pm GMT
Location: Online (Zoom)
Another fascinating session awaits ! We look forward to seeing you for this penultimate QVSM event of 2020 !
Barry Harmsen from Bitmetric ( Qlik luminary and Qlik Masters Summit presenter ) will be showing off two great tools : SenseTheme and their new solution PinIt.
From Qlik we have two great speakers ! Steven Pressland will cover using conversational analytics and the Insight Advisor with your app including details around using Business Logic and vocabulary to tailor the responses and analytic types generated.
Ian Crosland will cover Qlik’s hybrid approach for interacting with larger datasets combining in memory data and live access to source with push down compute using Dynamic Views.
And watch out for more exciting news of our big pre-Christmas event on Friday 18 December.
The Qlik meetups usually consist of 1-3 presentations including product updates and often inside information on ‘where Qlik’s head is at’.
Each episode of these virtual meetups aims to bring the Qlik Community much closer together by sharing customer successes, tips & tricks, and the opportunity to ‘ask the experts’.
Stay tuned for more information on the next in the series of Meetups… and meanwhile, feel free to connect and discuss ideas for content with Andrew McIlwrick here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-mcilwrick-a341738/
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