Yeah, I’m stealing the content
Well, not really, more like giving a little publicity to a blog that most of this particular blog’s readers do not read.
It’s by Philip Hulsebosch. For those of you who don’t know Philip, he’s an accomplished EPM practitioner who has presented multiple times at Kscope as well as a prolific writer of white papers.
For some odd reason (Dear non-anglophone readers, please enjoy the following example of cultural arrogance) this blog is written in German instead of English. Given that my German mostly consists of types of beers and descriptions of delicious meat dishes, I have been happy to turn to Google translate to get a rather good account of Philip has been up to.
For the record, I understand that people not in the States speak other languages. Once upon a time, even yr. obt. svt. could speak Vlaams. Disuse has ended whatever I could communicate in something other than English. Although some would argue that even my native tounge isn't something I've really mastered.
For those of you who are not fully monolingual, here’s Philip’s post in the original German:
And here it is in the Queen’s English:
Or to shorten that: PBCS for a week.
What’s it all about, Alfie?
Do I have to put in that Michael Caine reference again? Just listen to Cilla Black sing. What a fantastic movie. But I digress. Again.
Moving beyond British movies from the 1960s, Philip covers:
- Data center location
- Planning user roles
- Data export (quite a bit on this)
What I particularly like about Philip’s approach is that he is coming at these functions as someone who has experience in on-premises Planning but is a Cloud n00b. Sort of just like me and perhaps you as well.
I have high hopes for many more posts from Philip. You should too.
Be seeing you.