As Tableau licensing usually is out of reach for smaller companies, there is a way to have free Tableau implementation with the little trick I describe in this post.
Update Dec 14th: It looks like the INDEX() solution provided previously was not working after Datasource Refresh as Tableau defaulted to the Manual Sort. Tutorial updated with new approach that addresses this problem. Have you ever tried filtering or… Continue Reading →
Out of the things I learned from being a manager (http://serwer1996697.home.pl/meowbi/2016/09/11/5-things-i-learned-being-first-time-manager/) is that performance measuring is one of the most important success factors. With few tricks, Tableau can be a tool suited for such purpose.
Let’s face it. My company is heavy Salesforce.com user. That’s why after seeing multiple performance tweaks of Salesforce components in release notes of Talend DI 6.2.0 decision to migrate was obvious. Unfortunately that’s where problems started.