LinkedIn Hosting SF MicroStrategy User Group Wed, Dec 4, 2013

November 18, 2013

Announcing the first San Francisco Bay Area MicroStrategy Meetup @ LinkedIn!!!

Data Analytics Infrastructure will be hosting the MicroStrategy Bay Area user community @ LinkedIn on Dec 4th, 2013. This will give us an opportunity to share LinkedIn-developed features and learn from other major tech firms how they leverage MicroStrategy to help drive their business analytics.

Space is limited and by invitation only, so please register ASAP @ SFMUG

The Meetup will be hosted on Dec 4th 6-8p in the Unite Conference Room in 2025 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043.

Join us to explore the presentations while enjoying snacks, drinks, and special LinkedIn giveaways!!!


Presentation Team:
  • User-Defined Dynamic Dashboards by Kevin Simon
    Kevin Simon
    Senior Software Engineer @ LinkedIn

    Kevin is a business intelligence developer working with several key business units at LinkedIn. He is passionate about translating business requirements into visually appealing and well performing dashboards.

  • Administration Hacks by Sabeer Thajudeen
    Sabeer Thajudeen
    Senior Software Engineer @ LinkedIn

    Sabeer administers the MicroStrategy and Tableau reporting platforms at LinkedIn. He deeply enjoys building data visualizations and customizing the products to meet business needs.

  • Customized Layouts With Web SDK by Bhavani Akunuri
    Bhavani Akunuri
    Senior Software Engineer @ LinkedIn

    Bhavani has been with LinkedIn since 2010, where she has been driving key data analytics initiatives . She has been transforming processes to deliver insights seamlessly to end users. She is data savvy and enjoys working on various platforms like Teradata, Hadoop to build rich and impactful visuals through MicroStrategy and Tableau.

  • Tips and Tricks on Transaction Services by Shaun Noonan
    Shaun Noonan
    Lead Program Manager @ MicroStrategy

    Shaun has been a member of the MicroStrategy Technology team since 2005. In his current role, he led the development of MicroStrategy’s Transaction Services product from initial inception to its current form. He is also responsible for MicroStrategy’s connectivity to non-SQL sources, including Web Services and MDX sources like SAP BW, Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services, Oracle Essbase, and IBM Cognos TM1. Prior to joining the Program Management team, he spent two years as a beta consultant, working with key customers to validate early versions of MicroStrategy- first dashboarding products and internationalization capabilities.