The Ultimate List of the Web’s Best Qlik Resources
Over the past nine years as a consultant, I’ve built up a treasure trove of resources that have helped me to master Qlik Sense and QlikView. Here’s the full list, I hope you find it useful.
This guide is updated regularly. So, if you have a resource to add, let me know in the comments and I will add it to the list.
CHAPTER 1 : Online Training Courses
CHAPTER 2 : Classroom Training
CHAPTER 3 : QlikView and Qlik Sense Blogs
CHAPTER 4 : Development Tools
CHAPTER 5 : Qlik Sense Resources
CHAPTER 6 : Free Datasets
CHAPTER 7 : Events and Meetups
CHAPTER 8 : Forums and Social Media
CHAPTER 9 : Video Channels
CHAPTER 10: Books
Online Training Courses
No matter where you are in the world or how experienced you are with Qlik, these courses will
help you to improve you skills fast.
These video courses on Udemy are great for beginners. Mark and Shilpan will get you up and running quickly.
Learn in a hands-on environment with expert trainers.
QlikView and Qlik Sense Blogs
Along with my blog, many Qlik developers write excellent blogs with step-by-step tutorials and fascinating insight into the world of a pro developer. There’s far too many to list here, which is why we created AskQV.
These are the tools I use regularly when building QlikView and Qlik Sense Apps. If you have a tool that you can’t live without, leave a comment and I will add it to the list.
One of Rob Wunderlich’s many useful tools – a QlikView document that reads the metadata from other documents and profiles it. I find it most useful for showing clients just how many fields they have pulled into their apps that aren’t used anywhere. This lets you easily make your apps much more efficient, easing the load on your server.
Qlik Sense Resources
There are tons of free how-to videos and detailed tutorials out there to help you learn Qlik Sense. Here are a few excellent resources:
Qlik Sense Extensions
Need data for your Qlik apps? No Problem! Here’s thousands of data sources that should keep you going.
Events and Meetups
Meet other developers and learn from respected Qlik pros.
QlikView and Qlik Sense video tutorials on YouTube.
The QlikView and Qlik Sense books that should be on every developer’s bookshelf.
Recognised as the definitive reference for developers creating QlikView applications.
Every aspect of application development is covered, from planning the data model,
bringing in the data and designing the UI, through to securing your finished application.
While QlikView 11 For Developers is a comprehensive and linear learning resource, the Cookbook is not tied to any such remit or format. Each chapter is a self-
contained recipe for creating something that you may not have considered before.
As Bill Lay mentions in his foreword,
some people see the sole purpose of a QlikView app as delivering the correct numbers,
but it is only good design that can really sell those numbers and bring clarity to them.
If you are yet to be convinced, you should get this book.
by Karl Pover
You will explore the requirements and the data from several business
departments in order to deliver analysis and data visualizations.
In doing so, you will practice using advanced functions, chart object
property options, and extensions to solve real-world challenges.