Natural Synergies, Inc. is proud to announce that Oleg Troyansky has been Selected for the Class of Qlik Luminaries 2014!
We view this nomination as a recognition for 11 years of Oleg’s contibutions as a QlikView customer, consultant, enthusiast, educator and advocate.
Equally exciting, we found out that Oleg is surrounded by a very fine group of individuals, with many familiar names. To start with, all four presenters that form the team of the Masters Summit for QlikView, were selected as Qlik Luminaries 2014. This amazing fact must reflect the huge positive contribution of the Masters Summit to our common goal of promoting QlikView as the leader in user-driven BI and Business Discovery. Please join us in congratulating the team of the Masters Summit for QlikView, and check out their very insightful QlikView blogs:
Barry Harmsen is the co-author of “QlikView 11 for Developers”, perhaps one of the best QlikView books on the market, and a devoted QlikView blogger. His passion for QlikView Data Modeling can only be matched by his very unorthodox blog posts, where he explains QlikView technology using analogies from TV Shows, Star Trek and other fun topics.
Bill Lay is a Visualizations enthusiast and also a devoted blogger. He is a well known collector of QlikView Tips and Tricks. Unlike many other collectors, he shares his treasures very openly at his sessions at the Masters Summit.
Rob Wunderlich hardly needs an introduction to QlikView professionals. In addition to his famous hat, Rob is well known for his fine selection of QlikView developer tools, especially Document Analyzer, and for his QlikView Cookbook (not to be mistaken with several books sharing the same name,) and also for his open source project QlikView Components that offers a nice collection of standard functions and routines that can save a lot of developers’ time.
We are also glad to see a fine group of long time friends in the Class of Qlik Luminaries 2014. Stephen Redmond, an awesome author of two excellent QlikView books, and Steve Dark, also a long-time devoted QlikView blogger, joined us as special guests at the Masters Summit for QlikView in London, and their insightful views added a lot of practical wisdom to our sessions. Karl Pover, author of the recently published book “Learning QlikView Data Visualization“, is joining our next Summit in Chicago on April 1-3. We also hope that in the future we can have the honor of inviting our other long time friends among the luminaries, such as Ralph Becher, Miguel Angel Garcia, Matthew Crowther and many others.
Congratulations to all QlikView enthusiasts that have been selected for the Class of Qlik Luminaries 2014! We wish all QlikView customers and partners another successful year and many exciting interactions at various events – User Groups, Qonnections, Masters Summit and more!