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  1. Mondrian URLs and Jakarta Commons VFS
  2. What's in a name?
  3. An old object-database company learns new tricks
  4. The kindness of strangers
  5. Faster Development Through Modeling
  6. Mondrian 2.2, Cube Designer, and CurrentDateMember
  7. First draft of olap4j specification released
  8. grajax
  9. New book on aggregate table design
  10. My nephew has hiccups
  11. Phew
  12. Your point, exactly? My point. Exactly.
  13. Mondrian cache control
  14. Mondrian at FISL - 8th International Free Software Forum
  15. Mondrian (and me) at MySQL
  16. BI Survey
  17. mondrian release 2.4 and beyond
  18. Open standards and open-source: The ballad of BIRT and olap4j
  19. A nice way to populate those pesky closure tables
  20. New access-control features in mondrian
  21. OpenMRS
  22. SDForum BI SIG
  23. olap4j support for scrolling result sets
  24. Vista Service Pack 1 Release Candidate
  25. A nice little OLAP viewer
  26. Democracy, caucus-style
  27. 30% less bad
  28. Streaming SQL meets OLAP
  29. Mondrian in Mainz
  30. Maven and Ivy
  31. Mainz community meet up is just one week away
  32. Eulogy for Judy Hyde
  33. More from my mother's funeral service
  34. Mondrian, Flex and Openbravo
  35. The process of database research
  36. Really urgent analytics
  37. Mondrian on TimesTen
  38. Database virtualization, distributed caching and streaming SQL
  39. Hawkwatch
  40. SQL extension to allow FIRST_VALUE and LAST_VALUE in GROUP BY query
  41. Fall migration kicks in...
  42. Is Oracle about to embrace MPP?
  43. Chain blog
  44. GOTO considered harmful
  45. The only pie chart you can really trust
  46. Pentaho 2.0 brings good things
  47. Academia meets Open Source
  48. Lost in translation
  49. OpenMRS coverage
  50. To: Rest of World
  51. Trend arrows in JPivot
  52. Tutorial video for Kettle and Mondrian
  53. Upgrading to ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
  54. Streaming analytics over content feeds (and how content feeds could be better)
  55. Streaming content feeds part 2: forging the Streaming Web
  56. Hard-won lessons in Mondrian query optimization
  57. Gartner releases Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence
  58. Pentaho Analysis Tool
  59. SQLstream 2.0
  60. Event-driven marketing
  61. Recursive event-driven demo
  62. Michael Cote on SQLstream
  63. Calculus: it's so basic that even moronic headline writers should know about it
  64. Welcome, Sebastian Hyde!
  65. Golden Gate Raptor Observatory is seeking volunteers
  66. Pentaho Partner Summit 2009
  67. Being an open source vendor is like being Irish
  68. Pentaho Partner Summit 2009
  69. Golden Gate Raptor Observatory is seeking volunteers
  70. Welcome, Sebastian Hyde!
  71. Calculus: it's so basic that even moronic headline writers should know about it
  72. Michael Cote on SQLstream
  73. Recursive event-driven demo
  74. Event-driven marketing
  75. SQLstream 2.0
  76. Pentaho Analysis Tool
  77. Gartner releases Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence
  78. Hard-won lessons in Mondrian query optimization
  79. Streaming content feeds part 2: forging the Streaming Web
  80. Streaming analytics over content feeds (and how content feeds could be better)
  81. Upgrading to ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
  82. Tutorial video for Kettle and Mondrian
  83. Trend arrows in JPivot
  84. To: Rest of World
  85. OpenMRS coverage
  86. Lost in translation
  87. Academia meets Open Source
  88. Pentaho 2.0 brings good things
  89. The only pie chart you can really trust
  90. GOTO considered harmful
  91. Chain blog
  92. Time crosstab in Mondrian
  93. A what-if scenario: musing about adding writeback capability to Mondrian
  94. The last MDX holdout folds, but true OLAP interop is still a long way off
  95. Formatting MDX as plain text
  96. Pat 0.2
  97. How Mondrian evaluates expressions
  98. Clapham: A railroad diagram generator
  99. Explaining the structure of Mondrian schemas
  100. Webinar: Eliminating MySQL Bottlenecks and Replication Issues using Real-Time Queries
  101. Cell writeback in Mondrian
  102. Spatial OLAP using GeoMondrian
  103. Black screen, white pointer on Vista
  104. SQLstream powers Firefox 3.5 realtime downloads monitor
  105. Functional dependency optimizations in Mondrian
  106. Introduction to Pentaho Analysis
  107. An unfortunate fellow named Hyde
  108. Twitter makes the realtime web look more like the old web
  109. What API should Facebook and FriendFeed use to publish the social stream?
  110. Pentaho Analyzer
  111. Survey of open source business intelligence adoption
  112. xmla4js
  113. Data in Flight
  114. Improved collections classes for Mondrian's query execution process
  115. MySQL user conference 2010
  116. Intelligent Transportation in Houston
  117. Bite Club
  118. Adding profiling and query plans to mondrian
  119. OLAP change notification, and the CellSetListener API
  120. Is Microsoft abandoning XML/A?
  121. The Data Tsunami: SQLstream at Structure 2010
  122. SQL past and future
  123. olap4j heading for 1.0
  124. mondrian heading for 4.0
  125. olap4j now talks to Palo and SAP BW
  126. September world tour
  127. Adding support for a new database to mondrian
  128. Setting the current member of the time dimension automatically
  129. Concepts in Streaming SQL
  130. Numbers everyone should know
  131. Architectural shuffling in mondrian's XMLA and olap4j servers
  132. An experiment with the Linux scheduler
  133. "Just another big pile of data"
  134. Oracle, Hudson and Jenkins
  135. Scalable caching in Mondrian
  136. olap4j version 1.0 released
  137. Scripted plug-ins in LucidDB and Mondrian
  138. Removing Mondrian's 'high cardinality dimension' feature
  139. Roll your own high-performance Java collections classes
  140. Yellowfin BI release 5.2 moves to olap4j
  141. Real-Time Seismic Monitoring
  142. How Mondrian names hierarchies
  143. olap4j moves to Apache License
  144. Changes to Mondrian's caching architecture
  145. olap4j releases version 1.0.1, switches to Apache license
  146. Auto-generated date dimension tables
  147. How should Mondrian get table and column statistics?
  148. "Big Data" is dead... long live Big Data Architecture
  149. Data-oriented programming for the rest of us
  150. A first look at linq4j
  151. From the ashes of the database revolution...
  152. Pesky quoted identifiers in SQL
  153. Mondrian in Action
  154. Mondrian in Action in Action
  155. Explaining holidays to a 3 year old
  156. Announcing Lingual
  157. Optiq latest
  158. Need help
  159. Gathering requirements for olap4j 2.0
  160. Efficient SQL queries on MongoDB
  161. Improvements to Optiq's MongoDB adapter
  162. Table macros