| ||314||http://oranalytics.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/3rd-party-visualizations-in-obiee-part-3.html||Kevin McGinley says, ?In Part 1 of this post, I wrote about why you might want to add third-party visualization capabilities for OBIEE and gave a brief explanation how to setup one approach: calling java visualization engines. In Part 2 I walked through a detailed example of how to actually do this using a visualization engine called Flot. In this post I will do the same thing for a visualization engine called D3.?||Flot||Wednesday, 23 April, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||294||http://oranalytics.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/3rd-party-visualizations-in-obiee-part-2.html||Kevin McGinley says, ?In Part 1 of this post, I wrote about why you might want to add third-party visualization capabilities for OBIEE and gave a brief explanation how to setup one approach: calling java visualization engines. In this post, I?ll give a simple and a more advanced example of how to do this specifically in one of the engines: Flot. In Part 3, I?ll do the same for D3?||OBIEE||Tuesday, 08 April, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||394||http://oranalytics.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/its-end-of-blog-as-we-know-it-and-i.html||Kevin McGinley writes his last blog post on Oracle Analytics, due to him starting a new company with Stewart Bryson (Red Pill Analytics). Well done and Congratulations! Any future blog posts from Kevin will be posted on the new company blog||-||Wednesday, 11 June, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||415||https://medium.com/red-pill-analytics/red-pill-analytics-at-kscope-14-608f7f5458b4||Kevin McGinley and Stewart Bryson run through the Kscope plans for this year.||Kscope||Friday, 20 June, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||495||https://medium.com/red-pill-analytics/biwa-summit-2015-32e6ea165a87||Red Pill Analytics share their thoughts on the BIWA Summit 2015||BIWA Summit||Monday, 19 January, 2015||Kevin McGinley|
| ||301||http://oranalytics.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/3rd-party-visualizations-in-obiee-part-1.html||Kevin McGinley puts together in a blog the presentation he gave at the BIWA Summit. This blog is Part 1 in a 3 part blog series.||OBIEE||Wednesday, 02 April, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||326||http://oranalytics.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/upcoming-events-2014.html||Kevin McGinley lists the upcoming events in 2014, including BI Forum and KScope.||OBIEE||Saturday, 03 May, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||424||https://medium.com/red-pill-analytics/introducing-checkmate-9f9c4d428c39||Red Pill Analytics introduce Checkmate, True Development Lifecycle For OBIEE in this blog post.||-||Tuesday, 01 July, 2014||Kevin McGinley|
| ||575||https://medium.com/red-pill-analytics/the-new-odtug-bi-community-19e768b67dd4||Kevin McGinley blogs about the new ODTUG BI Community that himself, Mike Riley, Wayne Van Sluys, Jeremy Harms, and Stewart Bryson will be driving forward.
They will be looking to increase the Webinar presence, focus on meetups and the BI Community page.
He concludes by saying, ?I look forward to leading the ODTUG BI Community and hope you?ll join me on this journey. I promise great friends, great content, and great fun if you do, and those are things we all could use in our day-to-day lives. This is a great time to be in BI and an even greater time to engage in the ODTUG BI Community!?||-||Monday, 09 March, 2015||Kevin McGinley|
| ||586||https://medium.com/red-pill-analytics/oracle-bics-ditl-part-01-f2a78e186458||Kevin McGinley gives us a Day in the Life of BI Cloud Service. He says, ?What that means is that you get to watch me figure this stuff out as I write, rather than write this perfect, everything-is-easy article that basically tells you nothing meaningful. That means you?ll see me get errors, make mistakes, make poor decisions, and even do things in a sub-optimal fashion. The goal, of course, will be to work past them and gain a better understanding of what to do next time.?||-||Wednesday, 11 March, 2015||Kevin McGinley|
| ||587||https://medium.com/red-pill-analytics/oracle-bics-ditl-part-02-fc6467d57b56||Kevin continues with Part 2 of this series, which is entitled ?Incremental Load?.||-||Friday, 13 March, 2015||Kevin McGinley|