Developer Roundup Volume II

The latest on how we’re working with those who code

Can you believe it’s almost 2019? We can’t either, but we’re excited it’ll be another big year for developers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, due to increased demand for software solutions, developer employment is forecasted to increase 24% from 2016 to 2026 (Qlik’s contributing with these worldwide openings). To compare, the average growth rate for all occupations is 7%.

So, to support our growing number of developer friends, our Qlik team is hard at work to provide solutions, community and fun. Here’s how in this quarterly installment of the Developer Roundup…

Unleash the Capabilities of Qlik Core with a Free Trial

Qlik Core is our analytics development platform built around our powerful Associative Engine and Qlik-authored open source libraries. And now you can better experience its scalability and load testing abilities with our new evaluation trial. By obtaining a license key, you can develop and test well into 2019. So, what are you waiting for? Get your free trial license then dive into the getting started guides.

Qlik Core Now Available in AWS Marketplace for Containers

More Qlik Core news! AWS recently announced their new marketplace for container products. There are currently more than 180 products and we’re ecstatic Qlik Core is one of them. Deployable through Amazon EKS, get the full details on our Qlik Core listing.

Qonnections Developer Track Call for Ideas

We hope you’ll join our developer track at Qonnections in Dallas, Texas happening May 13-16, 2019. We’ll have sessions on APIs, Qlik Core, the Trusted Extension Developer (TED) Program and more in addition to the Qlik Hack Challenge. Have something cool to share with the community? Submit your session ideas today! And don’t forget to register now for the best early bird pricing. You’ll save $400 if you register by December 31, 2018.

TED Program Update

The Trusted Extension Developer (TED) Program helps identify and vet partners who are active in the development of high quality, commercially viable extensions. And it’s growing — currently, there are accredited extensions available from Vizlib, Climber, CrunchBot and High Coordination GmbH with more to come. View those solutions on Qlik Market.

And maybe one of your 2019 goals is to work towards becoming a part of the TED program. Get started by registering your interest on Qlik Branch.

2019 is almost here and #TeamQlik is hard at work for our developer squad. Get the latest on #QlikCore, #QlikTED and #Qonnections in our second edition of the developer roundup.


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