Bryan Brandow (photo, right), a Data Engineering Manager for a large social media company, is one of my favorite bloggers out their in regards to thought leadership and digging deep into the technical aspects of Tableau and MicroStrategy. Bryan just blogged about triggering cubes and extracts on his blog. Here is a brief synopsis. One […]

Bryan Brandow (photo, right), a Data Engineering Manager for a large social media company, is one of my favorite bloggers out their in regards to thought leadership and digging deep into the technical aspects of Tableau and MicroStrategy. Bryan just blogged about triggering cubes and extracts on his blog. Here is a brief synopsis. One of […]

This is another one of those little tricks that can save you from pulling your hair out trying to figure it out. By default, hyperlinks in a Report Services document are underlined. The underlining can not be removed by changing the format of the attribute or metric. There is an Enhancement Request open with MicroStrategy […]

Readers: In my last post, I included a recent interview Andrew Binstock, Editor in Chief of Dr. Dobbs Journal, had with Dave Thomas about the corruption of Agile and how many people are misunderstanding what the Agile Manifesto really said. Today, I am continuing with the third and final part of my series titled The […]

Readers: In my last post, I included a recent interview Andrew Binstock, Editor in Chief of Dr. Dobbs Journal, had with Dave Thomas about the corruption of Agile and how many people are misunderstanding what the Agile Manifesto really said. Today, I am continuing with the third and final part of my series titled The Corruption of Agile […]

Readers: In my last post, I included a recent article from Andrew Binstock, who is the Editor in Chief of Dr. Dobbs Journal. Mr. Binstock expressed his concerns about how we are corrupting Agile. Today, I am continuing with Part 2 of my The Corruption of Agile series by highlighting thoughts from one of the […]

Readers: In my last post, I included a recent article from Andrew Binstock, who is the Editor in Chief of Dr. Dobbs Journal. Mr. Binstock expressed his concerns about how we are corrupting Agile. Today, I am continuing with Part 2 of my The Corruption of Agile series by highlighting thoughts from one of the founding […]

Readers: Believe it or not, this is a question I get asked a lot by clients. Based on their requirements or data, many clients do not want the Match Case Sensitivity check box preference enabled to begin with when they are prompted. Fortunately for us, the solution to this is fairly simple as I show […]

Editors of any sort are murky characters. The can take our scary sentences such as, Let’s eat Mom! which implies we are ready to eat Mom and make it more civilized with a mere comma. Let’s eat, Mom! Voila! Here is another example: My heart beats true for the red, white and blue. My heart […]