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Ah, September. The breaking of the summer heat, state fairs, the winds of change beginning to usher in a new season and children returning to school. Idyllic, for sure, but we haven’t been taking too much time to stop and smell the roses.
We kicked things into high gear this month with a slew of new blog posts for your viewing pleasure. Before we dive right into that, though, I reached out to a few coworkers to see what songs captured their hearts and ears last month. Check out what they shared, then check out our killer blog posts from September!
Systems Engineer Matt Day shared Gunship’s new album, “Unicorn,” which has fit with my 7th play through of Cyberpunk 2077 perfectly. I’m just sharing the first song off the track, which is a banger. Driving through neon-bathed cybercity streets has never been so stylish:
Curator Engineer Justin Lyons shared Petey’s moody, alt-rock anthem, “I’ll Wait,” which slipped right into my own rotation perfectly. Moody hits the nail of the head with this one, because it evokes feelings of wistfullness, nostalgia, and putting a fist through some drywall out of pure hype:
Content Manager Garrett Sauls (who is my boss, so obviously this is my favorite of the bunch. No, I’m not sucking up, why do you ask?) shared Honeyboys’s “Mr Daniels,” which reminds me of the angsty driving anthems of my high school days. This one’s for screaming at the top of your lungs after a nasty rejection:
Systems Engineer Isaac Niles is broadening my musical taste by exposing me to the most etherial and energetic of jazz with DOMi & JD BECK’s “WHATUP.” This keyboard/drum duo is breathing new life into the jazz genre with this one, pairing expert percussive work with twittering synth runs that are both etherial and oh so smooth:
Analytics Consultant Aaron Carmichael brings the house down (or, I suppose, just brings the house in this case?) with “Still I Bleed,” a single from Junge Junge, the German DJ duo. It’s simultaneously sensitive and melancholic while still hitting the highs of a solid house track. Crying in the club is the name of the game here, and I’m not sure I ever want to stop crying with this one:
Speaking of crying, Global BI Ops Manager Kirsten Hoffman wraps things up with Miley Cyrus’s “Used To Be Young.” Haunting, wistful, but with an undercurrent of hope for the future, this one’s a winner for Cyrus, especially when tied with her omnipresent presence in pop culture years back and the character development spanning decades in the public eye:
We here at InterWorks hope you get a kick out of our music recommendations. Without further ado, here are our blogs from the month of September (forgot this was about blogs and not just music recs, huh?):
News, Events and Culture
Learn ThoughtSpot With Me
Tableau Tips, Tricks and Community
- Track Your Weekly Fantasy Football Scores With Python and Tableau
- Dynamic Zones for Custom Date Range Options in Tableau
- Tableau Hacks: Horizontal Synchronised Scrolling
- Tableau Hacks: Vertical Synchronised Scrolling Page-by-Page
- Tableau Hacks: Vertical Synchronised Scrolling Endless Row-by-Row
- Tableau Hacks: The “Coat Hanger” Method
- Tableau Hacks: Basic Apply, Reset and De-Highlight
Optimizing Tableau Relational Models
- Optimizing Tableau Relational Models With Row-Level Security
- Optimizing Tableau Relational Models With Row-Level Security: Performance
Tableau Cloud Admin
- Tableau Cloud Admin Insights: Unveiling the Secrets Within
- Embrace the Data Dance: OpenID SSO Lights Up Your Matillion ETL Experience
- Navigating the Data Analytics Landscape: Choosing Between Tableau Server and Tableau Cloud
- Tray Snowflake Connector: SQL Compilation Error – “ninvalid identifier”
- ST_SIMPLIFY: Shape-Shifting in Snowflake
- Snowflake External Tables: Connect Efficiently to Your Data Lake
- Snowflake Dynamic Tables: Automatic Declarative Data Transformation Pipelines
Curator by InterWorks
We’ll see you next month with more blogs, more music recommendations and more InterWorks! Stay safe out there.