In our Q1/2022 update to the popular “Qlik Blog Portfolio” we’ve added 40 new blogs. Great to see that additionally to the established blogs and the blogs provided by the vendor itself, new offerings in different languages start to provide great free content about the Qlik ecosystem.
The Blog Portfolio is organized by:
- Orientation towards business users (left side) or technical experts (right side)
- Popularity (measured by domain rating, backlinks and subscribers for the video channels) on the y axis
- Number of updates – Blogs with frequent updates are represented by bigger bubbles
- Languages with flags and video channels with an orange circle
- The blogs added in the latest update are shown in red, blogs from the vendor in bold
The Blog Portfolio is dependent on the support of the community!
If you think a blog is missing or has a wrong position in the portfolio please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the file: Qlik Blog Portfolio Q1_22 (PDF, 540kb)
New Blogs in Q1/2022 in English language include:
- The Inphinity blog which does not only discusses their own add-on solutions for Qlik, but also offers a set of general videos about Qlik Sense
- Guilherme Approbato from Brazil offers excellent step-by-step guides how to build dashboards in Qlik Sense
- Agilos from Belgium is a great example of a solution provider investing in sharing good knowledge, especially webinars, in their Youtube Channel. Link tip: Qlik Catalog Webinar (Video, 61mins)
- Solve 100 as an US based consultancy with a very nice classical blog
- Data Technology, a relatively young offering with videos about integration of Qlik with SAP, Jedox and data integration in general. Link tip: Predictive Analytics for Qlik
- Biswadeep Moitra offers complete guides for Qlik Sense in his Youtube channel with detailed guides for dashboard creation
- David Freriks works for Qlik and offers a lot of know-how in his personal Youtube channel, specializing in content about the Qlik integrations with SAP, Snowflake, Clodera and others.
- Ajay Videos with a huge set of training videos especially for Qlikview
New Blogs in Q1/2022 in other languages include: