I saw an very interesting post on Lifehacker regarding a command line database. I was a little intrigued by the title and decided to read on. It was technically a database (but forget all about your RDBMS). [Link -> Original idea from Rad89]
It’s been quite some time since I posted anything on the blog. I have been busy with
- Current implementations (going live on one)
- Another project that will be announced soon
- I have a life!!
To be fair the last comment was just added to make the list balanced. Anyways, I’m back and will start posting stuff soon. There will be some quick short entries coming up soon which tackle common issues and concepts. So check back soon!
This has been a long time coming and I apologise for the delay. This document primarily got delayed because I got really busy with a couple of projects and had absolutely no time available. Well, here is the document and I hope it helps out those who are new to Hyperion Planning – System 9. If some of you have experience with this and feel that I missed out on any key details or if there is any change you would like to see in guide then please do feel free to email me and let me know. The comments section on this post will be closely followed for the same.
Netbook sales will soar to 22 million in 2009. IDC reported this previous Friday that the sales of netbooks grew 7 times (yes 700%) YoY for the first quarter of 2009.
This is a letter to my regular readers and specially those who are anxiously waiting for the Hyperion Planning Installation Guide. I have been overwhelmingly busy these past 3 weeks and have and from little to no time at all for most days. However, taking out a few mins whenever I could, I have finally completed the Installation Guide.
All that remains is for it to be posted and it will be done by tomorrow hopefully. So those of you who had their fingers crossed can now relieve their fingers!