One of the greatest features introduced in Tableau 9.0 was Ad-Hoc calculations. This feature allows you to add calculation formula directly to the rows, columns of marks shelf without creating calculated field beforehand. To learn more about Ad-hoc calculations, refer… 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.
We came across this issue when trying to schedule downloading data from multiple sources in a single grouping job. Grouping job is created as a repetitive sets of jobs: first API data request is pushed and then data is fetched… Continue Reading →
We all know that Talend Open Studio works well on Windows environment but what with Mac OS (OSX)?