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Pentaho Kettle Solutions: Reviews

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I just finished reading Pentaho Kettle Solutions. This book is so extensive and interesting, I've been reading longer than I thought, but I was surprised with the quality of content and diversity of topics covered..
 

Pentaho Data Integration 4 Cookbook: Reviews

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After a couple of weeks of reading and testing, I concluded the reading of Pentaho Data Integration 4 Cookbook. This new book by Maria Carina Roldan..
 

Reading Pentaho Data Integration 4 Cookbook

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Pentaho Data Integration CookbookA few days ago I received the book Pentaho Data Integration Cookbook, by Richard Dias and Maria Carina Roldan.

According to Maria Carina on his blog, "... is a book to read while you learn with the computer. The Cookbook is a reference book to have on hand whenever we are developing. At some point we have a question (how do to attach this file?, how data from a processing step to another?, etc.).. And there's the book, always ready with a recipe to help us resolve that doubt or problem .... "

 

Pentaho Kettle Solutions: Reviews

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Good ..

I just finished reading Pentaho Kettle Solutions . This book is so extensive and interesting, I've been reading longer than I thought, but I was surprised with the quality of content and diversity of topics covered.

Pentaho Kettle Solutions: Reviews

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Good ..

I just finished reading Pentaho Kettle Solutions . This book is so extensive and interesting, I've been reading longer than I thought, but I was surprised with the quality of content and diversity of topics covered.
Here are the reviews:
1) Overview: This is a very enjoyable book to read, that explores many complex issues easy to understand explanations keeping. The highlight of this book is that it has been written by professionals who have worked with PDI (akaKettle) for many years, has made numerous contributions and even have carried out their development (in the case of Matt Casters). That is, there is a big gap between knowing what it is for a 'step', and know why they created this 'step', and this difference is everywhere in this book.
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