6 Pictures Only QlikView Developers will Understand


Donald Farmer and Tommy Chong
Gurus of their respective fields
We all talk a big game with our complex table structures and fancy visualizations.  But once in a while, it is OK to let our hair down (for those of us that have some) and have some fun at our own expense.  I thought it would be a nice change of pace to offer up a few examples of QlikView Humor that might relate to our collective QlikView development experiences.  See if you can guess what QlikView concepts the pictures below represent.  I went ahead and put the caption text in white so highlighting the caption should give you the answers (might not work?).  The answers were also added at the bottom of the post.  Enjoy!
Concatenated Keys
Link Table
Synthetic Key
Section Access



Cycle Group

Here are the answers in order:
1. Concatenated Keys
2. Link Table
3. Synthetic Key
4. Section Access
5. Reload
6. Cycle Group

Thanks to  DV  over at QlikSharefor the inspiration for this post.

We decided we weren’t done. Here are some more fun pics.
As usual, your comments and shares are much appreciated.

6 comments… add one
  • Reply Deepak June 4, 2014, 7:22 pm

    Nice one mate. I guess everything except the last one 🙁

  • Reply Aaron Couron June 4, 2014, 11:02 pm

    OK, I’ll bite. What’s wrong with the last picture? The Group of Motor-Cycles

  • Reply Mark O'Donovan June 5, 2014, 4:04 pm

    I think Link table was the best. I’m guessing last one is for a cyclic group, just a bit of artistic license. Great post.

  • Reply Aaron Couron June 5, 2014, 4:38 pm

    I admit some of these take a little bit of imagination. I’m just hoping Donald Farmer doesn’t get mad.

  • Reply Deepak Vadithala July 6, 2014, 9:56 am

    Oops! nothing wrong at all. I meant I couldn’t figure out the last one instantly.

  • Reply Aaron Couron July 6, 2014, 1:52 pm

    Oh I see. I have some more that will be a little harder to get than these.

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