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Has everyone recovered from the 2017 Tableau Conference? We sure haven’t! From the keynotes, Data Night Out and all the informative sessions, we are still riding high from Vegas. There were so many exciting announcements to come out of TC17, it’s hard to narrow down which we’re most excited for!
Luckily, our amazing consultants have documented and published articles on exactly what you need to know from last month. Whether it’s Hyper, Viz Templates or machine learning, we’ve compiled a list of all our October blogs to keep you better informed. Happy reading!
News & Events
- InterWorks Named to ‘Best Places to Work in Oklahoma’ List Again!
- InterWorks Blog Roundup – September 2017
- Event Debrief – September 2017
- Our Favorite Tweets from #Data17
- The Netherlands TUG Is Back and Better than Ever
- Evolving from Excel: Tableau for Finance Teams
- How to Create a BCG Growth-Share Matrix in Tableau
- Making a Case for Tableau Tooltips
- What’s New in Tableau 10.4
- The Biggest TC17 Takeaways
- Questions from Tableau Training: Top N Highlight Table
- Fun with Window Functions in Tableau
- Spotlight Series – Comprehensive Performance Monitoring with Power Tools: Server
- Spotlight Series – Avoiding the Wild West with Power Tools for Tableau: Desktop and Deployment
- Spotlight Series – Comprehensive Tableau Server Management with the Power Tools Suite
- Introducing Viz Templates
Podcast Your Data!
- PYD43 – Fi Gordon, Paul Banoub and Paul Chapman – Enterprise BI Trends
- PYD44 – Alberto Cairo – Visual Trumpery
(Other interesting blogs we are reading outside of IW)
- Highlights from the Las Vegas #DataDev hackathon at TC17 – Keerthi Surapaneni, Tableau
- Three things we learned from Dr. Talithia Williams and the Data + Women panel – Rachel Shaver, Tableau
- 2017 Tableau Conference Recap – Curtis Harris, The Marks Card
- What Happens at Conference Gets Shared with the World #Data17 – Lorna Eden, Missdataviz