Have you been to a Qlik Dev Group meetup yet? Why not? The meetings are free and take place all over the world. At QDG high quality Qlik speakers like Henric Cronstrom, Donald Farmer and Alexander Karlsson offer insight and details of Qlik products. Community presenters like Richard Pearce and Brian Booden offer development tips and show off wow extensions.
It’s a place to share technology, practices and tips in a non-competitive, no-selling environment.
I’m pleased to be hosting and presenting at the inaugural SF Bay Area Qlik Dev Group meetup on March 16 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. The location for this meeting is conveniently located next to the Montgomery BART station. Please pre-register if you plan to attend.
In addition to introducing the QGD idea, I’ll be presenting “10 Qlik Performance Tips”. Our agenda is in progress and we will announce additional presenters on the SF Region page as they are confirmed.
I hope to see you in SF! If that is not in your neighborhood, I hope you will join a meeting in your region of the world. Learn more about the Qlik Dev Group on the QDG Homepage.
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4 thoughts on “SF Bay Qlik Dev Group — March 16”
I’m located in India. So how can I join that group and the events and discussions ? I’ve no idea but I want to join. Please suggest something.
We don’t have any plans for remote attendance at the moment. You might consider setting up a QDG in your own region! Contact the main QGD http://qlikdevgroup.com/contact-us/ for information about setting up a group.
All the best with your first session Rob.
To all reading this post I’ve been involved with the London event from the first session and it really is a great place to see new ideas, share thoughts, meet new contacts and have a fun evening in the process.
I’d strongly recommend you attend and support your local group if you’re able to!.
(PS – There are video’s from the London sessions which I’ve recorded on my blog QlikCentral.com and also my YouTube channel QlikCentral)
Good luck in the first meeting Rob! Like Richard, I attended the first Qlik dev group meeting and can’t believe how massive this has become.
I’m looking forward to seeing you in London in the next QDG meeting!