Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices
I had a colleague many years ago who always talked about writing a book about Essbase. It never materialized of course, because it's really hard to do. First of all there's the most excellent DBA Guide reference which tells you most of what there is to know. Second, the developer community is tiny in comparison to technologies like Java, C, SQL Server, etc. So kudos go to Cameron Lackpour and his co-authors on a writing a second book on the subject of Essbase.
The book is made up of eight diverse chapters on subjects in the Essbase universe. They are able to be separated out so I won't review the book as a whole but rather will give my thoughts on each individual chapter. One major item to note is that the title is a bit misleading. "Hybrid Techniques and Practices" is not really the focus of the book but instead of one of the chapters.