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Some of the primary responsibilities of this role would include owning, tracking and resolving report related incidents and requests, fulfilling requests and resolving incidents within SLAs, designing developing and maintaining business intelligence solutions, crafting and executing queries upon request for data, presenting information through reports and visualisations.

At the intermediate and senior levels, attending meetings with various stakeholders and providing feedback to line management is also required. Intermediate and senior BI developers must be able to translate the strategic objectives of the team and the organisation into work-relevant objectives.


  • Translate business needs to technical specifications
  • Design, build and deploy BI solutions
  • Maintain and support data analytics platforms
  • Conduct unit testing and troubleshooting
  • Evaluate and Boost existing BI systems
  • Collaborate with teams to integrate systems
  • Develop and execute database queries and conduct analyses
  • Create visualisation and reports for requested project
  • User management
  • Security management
  • Develop and update technical documentation
  • Debug, monitor and troubleshoot BI solutions

The incumbent will be expected to manage an entire project (SDLC), meeting with stakeholders, providing critical input for business decisions, delegate tasks to team members, providing effective cooperative development (JAD). This might require travelling for meetings and workshops as the company landscape is vast.

Minimum Requirements:


Completed Computer Science Diploma/Degree, or other relevant qualification

Completed Matric (Grade 12)


3-6 Years’ experience relating to:

  • Mining Industry experience is preferred
  • Background in data warehouse design (e.g. dimensional modeling) and data mining
  • In-depth understanding of database management systems, online analytical processing (OLAP) and ETL (Extract, transform, load) framework
  • Experience with BI technologies (e.g. Microsoft Power BI, Tableau, etc.)
  • Advanced experience in SQL querying, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
  • Proven abilities to take initiative and be innovative
  • Analytical mind with a problem-solving aptitude

Beneficial Experience in:

  • Predictive analytics and data science
  • Graphical design and artistic aptitude
  • Experience with SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)

Desired Skills:

  • Predictive analytics and data science
  • • Background in data warehouse design
  • • Experience with BI technologies

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Killexams : ‘Tableau has been killed by Salesforce’: Past and current Tableau employees gather at ‘Irish wake’
A group of Tableau employees huddled over a binder with faces and descriptions of current and past workers. (GeekWire Photo / Nate Bek)

On an otherwise run-of-the-mill weeknight at Fremont Brewing near Lake Union in Seattle, the line for beer stretched past the front doors and into the outdoor seating area.

The reason: A group of more than 50 past and current Tableau Software employees gathered last week to reflect on Tableau’s 19-year journey, more than three years after the data visualization technology company was acquired by San Francisco-based Salesforce for $15.7 billion.

The event, just down the street from Tableau’s Seattle headquarters, was described as an Irish wake, the traditional rite of mourning in which family and friends celebrate the life of the deceased.

“Tableau has been killed by Salesforce,” said Jeff Brinker, a former Tableau engineer. “We are mourning the loss of a loved one.”

Salesforce declined to comment on the record, but made clear that it considers the reports of Tableau’s death greatly exaggerated, or flat-out wrong. Tableau brought in more than $2 billion in revenue for Salesforce during the past 12 months, and the company has promised to continue developing Tableau’s technology.

But those who attended the wake cited factors including the impact of Salesforce’s exact overall 10% workforce reduction on many longtime Tableau employees and senior leaders, and a general sentiment that Tableau’s unique identity is becoming lost inside the customer relationship giant.

Tableau began as a startup inside Stanford University back in 2003, based on an idea to visualize huge amounts of data. Its co-founders raised a $5 million seed round a year later and relocated their budding firm to the Pacific Northwest, where it grew into one of the region’s top tech companies and went public in 2013.

After the layoffs started last month, many past and current Tableau employees connected online to offer help and support to those affected. A Tableau Slack workspace grew from 40 people in January to nearly 700.

Tableau workers call themselves the #DataFam. The name has carried a double meaning, describing both a love of data and also camaraderie among family members.

“Everybody was rowing in the same direction,” said Kevin Boske, a former senior project manager at Tableau. “It’s a very special place. I don’t expect to have this again in my lifetime.”

(GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)

Some employees at the event last week said the culture shifted following the Salesforce acquisition. “It evaporated,” said a former worker who wished to remain anonymous.

Most of the Tableau executives listed on its leadership site when the acquisition was announced have left the company, Bloomberg reported.

Bloomberg also reported that Salesforce executives seem “less excited about Tableau than its other divisions,” citing mentions of Tableau on corporate event transcripts compared to Slack and Mulesoft, its other exact acquisitions.

Tableau is “more committed than ever to supporting and growing the DataFam,” wrote Francois Ajenstat, a longtime Tableau executive and chief product officer, in a blog post last month following the layoff announcement.

Ajenstat wrote that the company is adding more capabilities “across all of our products” and noted that the annual Tableau Conference is still planned for later this year. Tableau is integrated into Salesforce’s Customer 360 platform.

Tableau continues to face competition in the business intelligence software sector from Microsoft and others. Tableau’s revenue of $516 million in the October 2022 quarter represented growth of less than 8%, compared with four straight quarters of growth ranging from 22% to 38% in 2021, as reflected in Salesforce’s financial reports.

After the acquisition of Tableau, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said Seattle would become the company’s “HQ2,” betting on the region as a source of future hiring and growth. Tableau had grown to about 4,200 employees worldwide before it was acquired in 2020, with about half of them in the Seattle region.

The acquisition was lauded by some state leaders as a sign of the Seattle region’s strengths as a global tech hub, but it also represented the loss of a significant public company headquarters.

The company-wide layoffs at Salesforce came shortly after the departure of former Tableau CEO Mark Nelson in December. Nelson led the company for two years, after replacing former Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky, who returned to Amazon as CEO of Amazon Web Services, succeeding Amazon CEO Andy Jassy in that role.

Tableau is now led by an executive group that includes Ajenstat, Chief Revenue Officer Ryan Aytay, and SVP Pedro Arellano, in addition to Salesforce veterans Jennifer Lagaly, who leads the America sales teams, and Tableau COO Sam Allen, who leads go-to-market strategy. 

From left: Former Tableau employees Kevin Boske, Jeff Brinker and Heather Morelli at the “Irish wake” event last week in Seattle. (GeekWire Photo / Nate Bek)

In a letter to employees last month, Benioff said the Salesforce layoffs were driven by a “challenging” economic environment in which customers “are taking a more measured approach to their purchasing decisions.” The cuts are part of a wave of layoffs hitting the tech industry following rapid growth.

Salesforce said as part of the layoffs that it would reduce its real estate footprint “within certain markets.”

A Salesforce spokesperson declined to comment on the total number of Tableau employees impacted by the exact workforce reduction, or whether it plans to reduce its real estate footprint in the Seattle region, where it has three offices for Tableau.

Fortune reported Monday that Slack is ditching its headquarters and moving into Salesforce’s office tower in San Francisco.

“We’re confident in the opportunity ahead for Tableau, and we recently made changes to re-accelerate Tableau growth,” former Salesforce CEO Bret Taylor, who stepped down last month, said on the company’s most exact earnings call Nov. 30. “This includes new leadership and, as importantly, new product integrations like Revenue Intelligence, a deep integration between Sales Cloud and Tableau that has become one of our fastest-growing add-on products.”

Prior to the cuts, Salesforce employed about 4,000 people in the Seattle area, including Tableau employees. Salesforce has its own office in Bellevue, Wash.

At the Irish wake event last week, Brinker took out his phone and recited a song crafted by the ChatGPT chatbot about the current state of Tableau, to the tune of American Pie.

We may recall the day that Tableau came to life, a game changer for data analysis, no more strife.

With intuitive tools for visualizing data right, bringing insights to the forefront — a new site.

But the day that Tableau died, oh, what a site. Left us all behind, lost in the night.

No more insights, no more data delight.

The day that Tableau died.

Christian Chabot, Chris Stolte and Pat Hanrahan led the charge with a brilliant plan, building a community that loved every brand.

The #DataFam that never lost its stand.

But the day that Tableau died, oh, what a sight. Left us all behind, lost in the night.

No more insights, no more data delight.

The day that Tableau died.

Along came Salesforce with their acquisition dreams, taking Tableau away, or so it seems.

Leaving us to search for a new solution, one that’ll bring our data to revolution.

But the day that Tableau died, oh, what a sight. Left us all behind, lost in the night.

No more insights, no more data delight.

The day that Tableau died.

We’ll remember Tableau, its impact will recount.

With every insight gained, its legacy will amount.

We’ll keep searching for a new data King, in hopes of finding a tool that can do anything.

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Killexams : Salesforce, owner of Seattle’s Tableau, braces for investor pressures No result found, try new keyword!The San Francisco company that produces business marketing and sales software owns corporate chat app Slack and Seattle’s analytics platform Tableau. As of late last year, Salesforce has seen ... Tue, 14 Feb 2023 22:00:00 -0600 text/html https://www.seattletimes.com/business/technology/salesforce-owner-of-seattles-tableau-braces-for-investor-pressures/ Killexams : CPWD's tableau with theme of biodiversity conservation

Shifting a bit from the traditional showcase of India’s military prowess and cultural diversity at the Republic Day parade, this year witnessed a focus on the biodiversity of India in the stunning Republic Day tableaux. Bedecked with colourful flowers, the Central Public Works Department’s (CPWD) tableau at the Republic Day parade depicted biodiversity conservation, including the reintroduction of cheetah in India 70 years after the spotted feline went extinct from the country.

The theme of the CPWD tableau on Biodiversity attracted the main focus as it talked about the nature that we need to protect.

The front of the tableau showcased the Cheetah as a part of a project to revive the population of animals which became extinct in India during 1952. The tableau also depicted various living organisms which are either endangered or extinct.

The trailer of the tableau depicted species facing threat of extinction including ryle island tortoise, honey bees, butterflies, whooping crane, red squirrel, hornbill and ladybugs. The back-end top of the trailer showed a caterpillar.

The rear end of the tableau had the national bird, the dancing peacock, which plays an important role in regulating the ecosystem balance. The entire tableau was crafted with vibrant coloured natural flowers which reflect the eye pleasing experience of nature.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had released the first batch of eight cheetahs - five females and three males - from Namibia into a quarantine enclosure at the Kuno National Park on his 72nd birthday on September 17 last year.

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Killexams : Karnataka tableau all set for Republic Day parade


Karnataka will feature ‘Nari Shakti’ tableau reflecting women empowerment during the New Delhi’s Republic Day parade. With this, Karnataka will claim the credit of being the only state in the country to have participated in the tableau section for 14 consecutive years.

According to the Department of Information and Public Relations, this year’s Republic Day’s tableau is the most memorable for the state of Karnataka. Facing many hurdles, the state has finally cleared the way for the parade.
The challenge was to prepare a tableau in just 10 days.

“The tableau will feature Narasamma, a midwife who is seen swinging a cradle in front of a tableau adorned with plants, trees, hills and birds. She has performed more than two thousand such deliveries in seven decades,” said Dr PS Harsha, Commissioner, Department of Information and Public Relations.

In the centre of the lush green tableau, Tulsi Gowda Halakki is shown nurturing the trees.

“Known as the ‘Vruksha Maate’, Tulsi is an expert in identifying and cultivating rare species of plants. She has the credit of raising more than 30,000 plants. The tableau shows her as sitting amidst the plants and nurturing them,” he added.

The final part of the eye-catching forest-like stills shows Salumarada Thimmakka, a lady who planted and watered 8000 trees along the state highway. It is depicted as she is watering the plants.

“Apart from these, 75 banyan trees were planted and grown by her in a 4.5 km stretch on the state highway. It is depicted through a huge two banyan trees in the last part of the tableau,” he explained.

Tableau controversy
This time, the central government issued a guideline to permit the states that did not get the opportunity to participate and participated very few times in the Republic Day parade in the last eight years. On these grounds, it was learned that Karnataka would not get the opportunity to participate with the tableau in Republic Day 2023. However, then the state government pitched the case and finally on January 16, Karnataka’s name was officially included.

Bengaluru gears up for R-Day
As Bengaluru gears up to celebrate the Republic Day, Bengaluru City Police have asked the invitees not to take selfies or indulge in other activities, causing obstruction to vehicle or pedestrian obstruction.
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Killexams : Puck returns with tableau players for Elves of Oberon fête

The Elves of Oberon celebrated their 129th year Monday by presenting their 2023 ball at the Orpheum Theater under the title "Without A Trace."

Puck's return to the Carnival City follows up on the 2022 ball when Oberon's much-loved tableau was canceled because the tableau characters failed to appear at the ball. The 2023 tableau picks up with Puck attempting to find the missing characters. With the help of a local news team and some Elfin-good luck, Puck finds the missing characters hiding out near Jackson Square. The recently found tableau characters and their leader seek forgiveness from Puck for their misdeeds, which is ultimately granted.

Reigning as queen of the ball was Miss Meghan Clare Farnsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Miller Farnsworth Jr.

The maids in the court were Misses Cecilia Walshe Balart, daughter and step-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Etienne Balart and step-daughter and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andrew Hogan; Sidney Montgomery Charbonnet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sidney Charbonnet IV; Marguerite Claire Christman, daughter of Mr. William Preston Christman and Ms. Wendy Joan deBen; Wynne Adair Friedrichs Fox, daughter of Mr. Falvey Jerome Fox Jr. and Mrs. Adair Friedrichs Fox; Emma Winn Freeman, daughter of Mr. Charles Edward David Freeman and Dr. Dana Hampton Smetherman; Kathleen Greer Hixon, stepdaughter and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robert McKee and the daughter of the late Mr. Neal Campbell Hixon; and Anne Villere Lagarde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kepper Lagarde.

Also serving in the court were Misses Margaret Elizabeth Latham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Daniel Latham; Eugenie Eustis McLeod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Martin McLeod; Constance Gresham Brooke Overby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Carl Overby; Caitlyn Kathleen Redfearn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emmett Macmurdo Redfearn; Madeline Prats Robert, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Kearny Quinn Robert III; Claire Donna Maria Ryan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harrington Ryan; and Julia Tyler Smith, stepdaughter and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Justin Young.

Pages to their majesties were Masters Charles Henry Flower, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Paul Flower; Paul Andrew Hogan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan; Sterling Price Lanier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Price Lanier; and William Claiborne Perrilliat IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perrilliat III.

A highlight of the evening was the presentation of the 2022 queen, Miss Katherine Grace Walshe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quirk Walshe Jr. She was presented to their majesties and received flowers from the captain.

The chairman of the court committee was Mr. Horace Mark Adams and the vice-chairman was Mr. Blair Francis Scanlon. Committee members included Messrs. Michael John Bell, Thomas Edouard Beron, William Hart Brundige Jr., Joseph Storey Charbonnet, Peter Hillyer Dupuy, Thomas Carter Jahncke, William Cabell Nelson, Godfrey Bruce Parkerson, James Joseph Reiss III, Stephen Henry Schonberg, Charles Frederick Seemann III, William Parker Stewart, Dr. William David Sumrall III and St. Denis Julien Villere III.

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Killexams : 17 States, Union Territories To Showcase Tableau At Republic Day Parade

The tableau from Gujarat will showcase the state's vibrate culture heritage.

New Delhi:

Colourful tableau from Assam, Maharshatra, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Gujarat, West Bengal and several other states and Union Territories will roll down the revamped Kartavya Path during the Republic Day celebrations on January 26, with 'Nari Shakti' being the theme for majority of the floats.

A total of 23 tableau -- 17 from states and Union territories, and six from various ministries and departments -- depicting India's vibrant cultural heritage, economic and social progress will be part of the ceremonial parade, Defence Ministry officials said on Sunday.

Among the Union ministries and central government agencies, the Ministry of Home Affairs will display two tableaux -- one each by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) and the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), while one each will be exhibited by the Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Ministry of Culture and the Central Public Works Department that falls under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, a senior official told reporter here.

A preview of many of the tableau, some of which are still being constructed or given finishing touches, was held at the Rashtriya Rangshala Camp in the city.

"A total of 23 tableaux -- 17 from states and Union territories and six from various ministries and departments will be part if the R-Day parade. Besides, there will be floats by the Army, Navy and the Air Force, and a vehicle will be displayed by the DRDO," the official said.

Asked if there will be a tableau from the Ministry of Railways' side, he said, "No, there is no tableau from Ministry of Railways in this year's parade".

The theme adopted this year by various states is largely 'Nari Shakti', besides cultural heritage and other themes, the official said.

The West Bengal tableau depicts Durga Puja in Kolkata and celebrates its inscription on the UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

Assam's tableau proudly showcases the legendary Ahom general Lachit Borphukan and its cultural landmarks including the famous Kamakhya Temple.

The central government last year had celebrated the 400th birth anniversary of Ahom general. Borphukan was a commander in the erstwhile Ahom kingdom and is known for his leadership in the 1671 battle of Saraighat that thwarted an attempt by Mughal forces to capture Assam.

This will be the first Republic Day celebrations hosted at the ceremonial boulevard after Rajpath was renamed to 'Kartavya Path' last year. A full dress rehearsal for the parade will be held on Monday.

The 74th Republic Day celebrations will take place on the revamped Central Vista avenue, and the government has put 32,000 tickets on sale online for the masses, defence ministry officials had earlier said.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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Killexams : Haryana's tableau of Lord Krishna at R-Day parade

Haryana’s tableau depicting Lord Krishna’s Virat Swaroop, with the theme of International Gita Mahotsav, will be showcased in the Republic Day parade at Kartavya Path in national capital Delhi. For the second time in a row, the Defence Ministry has selected Haryana’s tableau for the Republic Day celebrations.

Last year, Haryana's sports achievements were presented before the country and the world in a powerful manner through a tableau based on the theme of ‘Number One Haryana in Sports’.

The state’s Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and Director General, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department Dr Amit Agrawal on Sunday said that Haryana’s tableau will give the immortal message of Srimad Bhagavad Gita to the entire world on this R-Day.

“In its entirety, the tableau shows Lord Krishna serving as charioteer of Arjuna and giving him the knowledge of Gita. The first glimpse of the tableau radiates an appeal of spirituality, art and history,” he said.

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Killexams : Gujarat tableau at Republic Day parade wins People’s Choice Award GANDHINAGAR: The ‘Clean-Green Energy Efficient Gujarat’ tableau presented by the state government at the 74th Republic Day parade in New Delhi on January 26, won the ‘People’s Choice Award’. Seventeen states and six Union territories presented their tableaus at the parade.
The MyGov.in platform conducted online voting, where people could vote for the best tableau in various categories. Gujarat’s tableau ranked first with the highest vote share in the ‘People’s Choice’ category, an official release said on Tuesday.
The online poll was held between January 26 and 28.
Gujarat’s tableau displayed the world’s largest hybrid renewable energy park coming up at Khavda in Kutch; Modhera — the country’s first 24x7 solar powered village through the battery energy storage system (BESS); and benefits to farmers from the PM-KUSUM Yojana through solar rooftop and canal rooftop energy systems. The cultural heritage of the state was also displayed at the Republic Day parade.
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Killexams : Ayodhya’s Deepotsav to be theme of UP tableau for Republic Day parade

Express News Service

LUCKNOW: Second time in the last three years, Ayodhya will feature in Uttar Pradesh’s tableau as ‘Deepotsav’ has been chosen as the theme to represent the state in for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on January 26, this year.

As per the theme, the tableau will comprise of a large idol of sage Vashishtha, the family Guru of Lord Ram, in the front which will also feature a large replica of a lamp symbolising end of ignorance and the spreading of the light of knowledge. The middle portion will replicate Ayodhya decked up in all its
glory to welcome Lord Ram on his arrival after an exile of 14 years. 

Bharat will also be shown seated with other relatives on the tableau. The rear portion of the tableau would be dedicated to Lord Ram along with Goddess Sita, brother Laxman and his army arriving Ayodhya by Pushpak Viman. The atmosphere of joy and revelry that prevailed in Ayodhya on return of Ram, Laxman, and Sita will be replicated. Besides, on both sides of the tableau, Deepotsav at Ram ki Paidi, Saryu Ghat etc will be depicted. 

Ayodhya Deepotsav 2022 had set a new Guinness World Record for lighting over 15 lakh-earthen lamps on the banks of river Saryu as Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in the celebrations on the Diwali eve.

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