I’ve been away from my blog for a very very very long time and it feels great to be back and writing again. I’ve been very busy with a lot of things and I suppose all of the things I’ve been doing will slowly make their way onto the blog.
For one, the Hyperion Planning – System 9: Installation Guide is now being made into an ePUB. It’s not going to be a flat old conversion from a PDF to ePUB but a genuinely made for ePUB eBook.
I’d love to see how I can place this book so that everyone can get them for their iPad, Kindle, Nook or the others. So please do leave any info in the comments!
Being a technology consultant I get to meet a lot of people everyday. I have found that some are very knowledgeable about technology and software and how a particular product will be able to help them; whereas some have been totally clueless about new products, technologies and concepts that can make their business more efficient. I have decided to write a series of articles called the ‘Clueless Guide’ that will basically break down the technologies and concepts in a simpler form.
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 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!
I have been using the web-interface of wordpress to add new entries. Although it allows me to take charge of advanced options (tagging posts with relevant meta information/assigning it to categories) it still requires me to login to yet another website.
I am trying this Firefox plugin ScribeFire to see how this helps or enhances the whole experience.
I’ve often been contacted by people who have had problems with the installation of Hyperion Planning – System 9. I’ve done it quite a few times so I’m quite comfortable in doing the installation, but it took me a long time to wade through all the documentation that is relevant for a complete installation.
I am in the process of compiling a document (complete with pictures – and loads of ’em) to guide you through the installation process. This initial guide makes some assumptions regarding the environment, but at the very least it gets you started with Hyperion Planning – System 9.
Once the guide is complete, I would be posting it on this blog. So do check back!