This week, I get the pleasue of sitting in on the Pentaho Implementation Workshop, a hands-on in depth training session covering many advanced implementation features in the Pentaho BI platform.
This training kicks off my new role as a Pentaho developer! I decided to move over to the engineering side after a year and a half leading the Pentaho community, which was a very rewarding experience. You knnow what they say, you have to go where your heart takes you :)
Here's the workshop agenda:
Dashboards and AJAX
Reporting User Interface
Life Cycle Management
Community members here - Roland, Samuel, Fabrizio, welcome, and it's so nice to finally meet you in person :)
I'll be blogging on the workshop all week, so stay tuned!
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- Gretchen Moran
- I have been in the Business Analytics and Java development space for seventeen years. I started out as a data warehouse developer for a small insurance company in the Midwest, worked for Hyperion Solutions as a software engineer for a number of years, and came in on the ground floor with the guys at Pentaho. I have a history of moving around, so I have enjoyed working with the community, consulting directly with Pentaho customers and partners and coding with the development team. I am now an Enterprise Architect and consultant for Pentaho, working on various projects.