Some pretty interesting information leaked out of last week’s SharePoint Conference 2012 regarding Microsoft’s upcoming Mobile BI (Business Intelligence) solution. There’s been surprisingly little reaction to the unveiling of the solution, apparently codenamed “Project Helix”, perhaps due to the fact that it was unveiled at a SharePoint event and not a SQL Server one. However, courtesy of one attendee tweeting some screenshots to SSAS guru Chris Webb, this little nugget of information landed in my inbox this morning and immediately piqued my interest. Unfortunately there’s very little information available on “Project Helix” at the moment, but from the 2 screenshots provided by attendee Just Blindbaek, there are a few things that are immediately apparent, and a couple more that can be reasonably inferred: Continue reading “Microsoft’s Mobile BI “Project Helix” Unveiled” »
A couple of months ago I posted an article titled Vizualize.Me – your CV as an infographic in a single click, regarding an interesting new visualisation service which, using data from your LinkedIn profile can generate an entire, graphical representation of your CV in a single click. At the time of writing the post, the service was gearing up to launch their private beta, with a public beta soon to follow. Unfortunately, I didn’t quite make the cut for the private beta but the public beta is now live! So, I’ve been straight in and created a visualisation of my CV (below) from my LinkedIn profile.
Vizualize.Me are gearing up to launch their infographic resume (CV to you and me) over the coming months. The private beta is due to kick off in July, with a public beta soon to follow at the beginning of August. This innovative service takes your LinkedIn profile data and turns it into a collage of charts, visualisations and colours encompassing your employment history, qualifications and skills, all in a single click.