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Getting Started with MicroStrategy

MicroStrategy and Business Intelligence in general has been a fantastic career space to me.  I love doing it (as evidenced by this blog I hope), and there’s definitely no shortage of opportunities in the market.  It’s exciting to be on ever changing projects as your priorities are always directly in line with the company’s.  Working on the front end aspect of Business Intelligence gets you...

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MicroStrategy Education eBooks

This past weekend, I received an update to my MicroStrategy Mobile client on my iPhone, so I started exploring through some of the examples.  I’m not sure how long they’ve been there, but I was surprised to see that just about every MicroStrategy Education course has it’s full course book available for free download.  They come in ePub format and can be viewed directly on...

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MicroStrategy Interview Test for Developers

Hiring resources is easy.  Hiring good resources is hard, especially when you need to make that determination by asking general questions.  With the cost of a bad hire so high, many groups or organizations can’t risk a bad hire, though many don’t set themselves up for success.  They ask generic or pointed questions that are often definition driven or to tell stories about their past....

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MicroStrategy Interview Questions

It seems like a tradition for MicroStrategy Blogs to post interview questions.  I’ve interviewed a lot of Developers and Architects, but giving them a quick version of a Certification Exam never really seemed prudent to me.  I’m less interested with their ability to recite textbook definitions and more about their thought process and competancies.  Here is a list of interview questions I always ask, my...