I dont think this is the sole preserve of spark lines as I am fairly sure that it is a feature of most of the major data visualisation players. But I do know that in my prev job we used XL^3 for data analysis over SSAS and it kicked Excel's but. I hope that
the issues Excel 2007 had in early days when presented with a real cube dont re-occour in 2010
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So this is the 21C calling. Come in your time is up.
I owe Channel 9 a heck of a lot. I got my first proper tech job as a direct result of watching early Channel 9. I applied for a job and somehow managed to get past the paper sift and get an interview.
The interviewer threw in some normal questions but then asked "Can you write some pseudo code to detect a palindrome" Which by a wonderful coincidence was just what had been
covered in this video I repeated what was in the video and comments and 4 hours later got the job offer at nearly 50% more than I was on. I have not looked back since.
Thank you Channel 9.
85% of the content goes 30,000 ft above my head but if 0.1% sticks then I am smarter than I would have been. Keep it up.
I will check in on the video when at home BUT whilst this may be great for US employees in the UK and I suspect the rest of the world we still have to deal with the outsourced recruitment pimps that Microsoft use.
Here in the UK these people are truly dreadful. I was submitted for a position there by 2 Microsoft employees using the internal recommendation scheme. After 6 weeks of not returning my calls and lying to me and the Microsoft employees I gave up and went elsewhere.
I don’t know about the US but in the UK a large proportion of the recruitment industry have ethical and professional standards that make second hand car salesmen look like saints.
Ok who do I need to bribe/kill to get access to the search together app?
Is there any chance of an email registration to let us know when it is released as
this page does not have it?
I am not so sure about the multi user search on one computer though and the search bar could be useful but I reserve judgement on it.
The only thing that is keeping me from switching to Live search is the lack of a "Suggest" feature like Google has
This is such a killer feature for me that there needs to be a really good feature to drive it off. I wonder if the Search together is restricted to Live - I suppose it must be.
A new definition of frustration: Seeing a video you want to watch but finding that the global caching systems wont serve it up to you:s I can download it which at the Channel 9 Ultra HD size will take 2 Hrs + or wait for the caches to catch up. FRUSTRATING. Charlie