Rules, announcements, and important information
If you’re new here, you might be thinking to yourself: “Wow, nice community! I can’t wait to become part of it.” If that’s you— Feel free to read this to see all the new features, but make sure to also check out the Getting Started guide. For the Looker Community old-timers, looking around and going “WOah, where am I?”— Read on.Up at the top for visibility: There is currently an issue with the Feature Requests category and how we map its posts. It’s not visible right now, but will be surfaced again once we can straighten things out. Check out this post for info on how to submit Product Ideas to Looker: What did we do?For the last several months, the Looker Community team has been hard at work planning for this platform migration. Today, we’ve moved all of the great content and users from discourse.looker.com over here, to community.looker.com. There’s a fresh new look and some great new functionality (detailed below), but still all of the same users and Lookers— and the same community
Hello Looker Community, Happy summer to you and your Looker team! Scroll down to find out more about the Looker Data Champion event coming up in a few weeks!Community Spotlight: Video Tutorials Visit our Community Page, and check out our Video Tutorials on common errors or use cases. Our latest video demonstrates how to automate Looker with Google Cloud Functions. Latest Release Note Highlights 🎉 22.10 - Release Highlights, Changelog, Breaking Changes Table Column Ordering: Data downloads now respect the order of columns specified in the visualization, rather than the data table; in most cases. Looker Connect Training: Learn Looker faster with Looker ConnectWhether you’re new to Looker or hoping to broaden your Looker Skills, make an account at Looker Connect. At Looker Connect, you’ll have access to the most recent learning modules, documentation, community articles, hands-on labs, and videos. Events, and Looker Training Looker Data Champion Webinar - July 12 Google Cloud Next '22
Are you a brand new to Looker? Are you an admin, developer, or BI lead? If yes, then we have the perfect webinar for you! Our customer success team has been hard at work identifying the foundational insights new admins, devs, and BI leads should know in order to ramp up fast. Now, they’ve turned that understanding into an incredibly informative webinar for all to join for free! Live in the (virtual) flesh on March 25th and April 8th, dedicated CSMs will be leading this invaluable onboarding discussion and answering any questions that come up along the way. If this isn’t you but you know others who would benefit, please share the event link! Check out the North America and EMEA event pages for more info and to register.
Hi,We are looking for Looker Architects. • 12+ years IT experience of which 4+ years as an analytics architect .• Experienced in leading 2 end to end Looker analytics projects.• Experience in implementing Looker solution architecture using the Hub-Spoke architecture.• Hands on experience with Looker and other BI tools - OBIEE, Qlik, tableau• Experience in consulting and leading large-scale analytics implementations/transformation projects spanning across diverse functions.• Act as a Looker subject matter expert for data modelers and data consumers to understand their needs and develop end-to-end solutions• Hands on experience in data modeling using Look ML, creating metrics, drill paths, new columns, PDTs etc…• Experience in Looker /API framework, Embedded analytics , Data actions• Comfortable to conduct AS IS system study, rationalization of reporting assets and define to be app
Hi, we're Oscar. Oscar is the first health insurance company built around a full stack technology platform and a relentless focus on serving our members. We started Oscar in 2012 to create the kind of health insurance company we would want for ourselves - one that behaves like a doctor in the family.We are seeking an experienced Looker Developer to regularly build new models and help us to scale to thousands of Looker users. You will work alongside data scientists and a Looker governance manager to onboard the entire Oscar team to Looker. You will take the lead in building Looker data models for business areas that don’t have dedicated analytic resources.Learn more and apply HERE!https://grnh.se/481c082e1us
Feature Requests: How your feedback makes Looker betterGetting Started
We have fully transitioned to the method of feedback described below. While you can of course discuss new and desired features right here in the online Community, in order to get your vote counted and officially surface your idea to our product team, please follow the instructions below. We are in the process of migrating all old Discourse feature requests to the new portal. When that’s done, we’ll have an archive of old FR’s here in the community.Your Feedback Is Important To UsWe know that every company says your feedback is important to them, but it’s hard to think of a major advance that we’ve made at Looker that wasn’t directly tied to customer feedback.Customers told us they needed better-looking, faster dashboards, so we rebuilt our dashboard infrastructure from the ground up. Customers were coming up with amazing workarounds to use scheduled data delivery for alerts, so we built native alerts into Looker. Customers started embedding Looker in other environments, so we develop
AlphaSense is currently looking for Looker experts with at least 5+ years of experience in analytics. Come join the dream team of passionate data enthusiasts at an innovative and dynamic company. We use a modern stack, with DBT, Google BigQuery, and Looker being the core technologies we use. To learn more about this opportunity, please see:https://boards.greenhouse.io/alphasense/jobs/6019808002
Hello,Is there any difference between Left Join and Left Outer Join in LookerML?I'm a completely noob and I'm starting learning 😇So, now I'm attending a training on Udemy, and the instructor mentioned that in LookerML, there are differences between those two lefts joins.But as far as I know, the outer is optional and it doesn't affects the query.https://stackoverflow.com/questions/406294/left-join-vs-left-outer-join-in-sql-server Thank you all for your help 😄
Already have an account? Login
Login to the community
No account yet? Create an account
Enter your username or e-mail address. We'll send you an e-mail with instructions to reset your password.