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I am a founder and the Chief Geek (CTO) at Pentaho Corp (Open Source Business Intelligence)

Things I have worked on recently include:

Twitter – http://twitter.com/jamespentaho

YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/user/jamespentaho

Linked-In – http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=3821495

ZoomInfo – http://www.zoominfo.com/people/Dixon_James_915816472.aspx

Previous Startups / Products:

  • Keyola / Smart Notification: acquired by Lawson Software
  • AppSource / Wired for OLAP: (acquired by Arbor Software, became Hyperion Solutions, now Oracle)

Written by James

May 23, 2008 at 10:10 pm

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  1. Hello James,
    I’m writing to you because I think I might have something of interest for your blog. I am an experienced CIO in the financial industry and I have put my experience and opinions in a new book: « IT’s hidden face », subtitle: « Everything you always wanted to know about Information Technology. A look behind the scenes. »
    I believe my book is of particular interest to your readership as it throws light into the hidden world of an Information Technology department in a company and closes the communication gap between business and IT. The book has received numerous Press reviews (you may check my website http://www.clauderoeltgen.com for a complete list) and so far it has received 17 five-star ratings at amazon.com.
    I would be delighted if you would consider presenting my book in your blog. If you agree, it would be possible that I have a dialogue with your readers as I am happy to respond to comments.
    I hope you’ll give this a try. I’ve prepared an HTML document http://www.clauderoeltgen.com/its_hidden_face_blog.htm with a short excerpt from the book, its cover art, some Press reviews and amazon customer statements. You’re free to reproduce this document on your site or provide links.
    I’d also like to send you a complimentary review copy of the book, just let me know where to mail it.
    Thanks for your consideration,
    Claude Roeltgen

    Claude Roeltgen

    October 22, 2009 at 7:20 am

  2. Hi,

    I am very impressed with your blog which has some amazing posts covering on Lean Manufacturing.

    I am the community manager for TooStep and and thought it would be great to have you people in my TooStep community. Our community members communicate, share and network on different issues pertaining to Lean Manufacturing.

    Title: Lean Manufacturing.
    URL: http://toostep.com/topic/lean-manufacturing

    And if your blog audience will benefit from this, please add the above link to your website. I could also offer help from my community to promote or discuss around your content.

    I look forward to this partnership. Do provide your feedback.

    Regards,
    Tina Aggarwal
    Community Manager, TooStep

    Tina Aggarwal

    March 25, 2010 at 10:47 am

  3. I’m having trouble registering for the Pentaho forum. I completed the registration form but there was no place to enter for Image Verification. I received this message:

    The string you entered for the image verification did not match what was displayed.

    JimDBA

    October 14, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    • What URL are you accessing? The URL for the Data Lake presentation should not ask you to register.

      James

      October 14, 2010 at 9:13 pm

  4. Hi James,
    I am Usha Iyer, a Senior Acquisition Editor with Packt Publishing. As an Acquisition Editor, it is my role to evaluate, develop and ultimately bring book ideas to publication. I am also responsible for finding the right author for any book; bringing them onboard, then working with them as the book is written.

    We are planning to update our Pentaho reporting book and I am looking for a suitable author for this book.
    You can find some more information about writing for us at Packt’s website http://www.packtpub.com/authors.

    Please contact me if you are interested in writing this book and I would love to discuss the opportunity with you further.

    Even if you do not want to involve yourself in the project, can you please suggest someone who may suit this project?

    Thanks,
    Usha
    Email: ushai@packtpub.com

    Usha Iyer

    April 2, 2012 at 6:37 am


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