After many months of hard work, today I am proud and excited to announce the upcoming release of the new QlikView book that Mike García and I wrote together:
QlikView 11 for Developers
With 500 pages of original content and an extensive collection of code samples, we believe this book contains everything new (and seasoned) QlikView developers should know in order to put QlikView 11 to productive use.
Of course, writing a book is not a solo (or in our case, duo) exercise. Mike and I could not have done it without the great contributions of:
|Ralf Becher||Technical review||Blog||@TIQView|
|Steve Dark||Technical review||Blog||@quintelligence|
|Stephen Redmond||Technical review||Blog||@stephencredmond|
|John Trigg||Code support||@qt_trigjoh|
|Rashmi Phadnis||Acquisition editor||@rashp|
|Joanne Fitzpatrick||Acquisition editor|
|Sai Gamare||Project coordinator||@saigamare|
|Anugya Khurana||Project coordinator|
|Ankita Shashi||Lead Technical editor|
|Nitee Shetty||Technical editor|
In the coming weeks, we will be giving you insights into the book and will also be giving away a few copies, so be sure to watch this space. You can get notified of new posts by entering your email address in the input box in the top right corner of this page.
Update 2012/11/20: yesterday we were informed by the publisher that both the print version and the e-book will be released on November 23rd.
Update 2012/11/29: for those that are unable to download the code bundle from the publisher’s website, you can also download it from this link: http://bit.ly/CodeBundle