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Meet (some of) the IBM Cognos bloggers
Delaney Turner 270002T14M firstname.lastname@example.org | | Tags:  ibmsoftware cognos blog
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Lest you start to think I'm alone in the IBM Cognos blogosphere, I thought I'd shed some light on my fellow bloggers. Please take a moment to visit their sites, won't you? They're great people doing some great stuff at all points along the software development and usage spectrum. And, if you have a blog and aren't listed here, just drop me a note and I'll shine some light on your work as well!
Blogging from Support
Rajib Bhattacharya is a System Software Engineer and Technical Support Professional for IBM Cognos 8 BI. He started his blog in June and posts technical tips and tricks for the reporting and analysis components.
Darshan Donni is a Technical Support Professional specializing in Client Technical Resolution. His blog, Cognos Commentary, is a running tab of discoveries he makes using IBM Cognos software.
The BA Support Notebook is run by Fraser Anderson (known to his audience as "fandyman") as a supplement to our SupportLink newsletter. Here you'll find updates to SupportLink stories and additional materials that come out in between issues.You can also follow him on Twitter.
Blogging from R&D
C^3: Cognos. Community. Collaboration is the playground of Daniel Galt, Wade Williams and Jim Boland - three IBMers who push the limits of what's possible with IBM Cognos 8 BI. They're building out a full community over in IBM developerWorks, where you'll find their blog, code snippets and their latest discoveries.
Blogging from beyond the IBM Cognos Team
BI Professional is a group blog focusing on, among other topics, IBM Cognos business intelligence. Peter Beck and Scott Andrews are its primary contributing editors, and they get pretty deep into the code.
Finally, on the Finance side of things, is Applied Dimensionality, where Yuri Kudryavcev provides day-to-day practical advice on IBM/Cognos/Oracle products.