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One year ago we launcheddevelopers.alteryx.com - a one-stop shop for coders interested in extending the Alteryx platform. Here you can converse with peers as well as Alteryx developers on Dev Space, get quickly linked to API/SDK Help Docs and the Alteryx Github page, and browse developer blogs. It's been an eventful year, so stick with us for highlights, top contributors, and of course no birthday is complete without presents!
Random acts of sharing are also worth highlighting, including both a Python and an R client library for the Gallery API, along with connectors to JIRA and Outlook.
This year also saw the first ever Inspire hackathon: Alteryx BUILD, along with several developer-themed breakout sessions.
But perhaps the greatest highlight of all was watching Ozzie code all day on Twitch!
The celebrations begin...
As a small token of our gratitude, EVERYONE that has posted to Dev Space over the past year gets the snazzy new Dev Space Founders badge! Each and every person who posted in this first year played a part in helping get the Developer Community off the ground and we would not be where we are today without your contributions!
A special gift for our Top Contributors!Additionally, we can't thank our top contributors enough for supporting Dev Space with quick and insightful answers to their peers' questions. These folks get a little something extra for going above and beyond to nurture the growth of Alteryx Developer knowledge.
Without further ado, we are excited to announce the Top Developer Community Contributors for the first time ever -- all of whom can expect to receive their custom gifts in the mail soon 😉
Developer Community Top Contributors
First, the following individuals garnered the most posts, kudos, and solutions authored over the past year.
And a most honorable mention goes to @rpaugh for his heroic work with the aforementioned Outlook Input tool. Rick treats his blog post like a GitHub repo; acting as developer, product manager, and customer support to the countless users of his tool through the comments section of the blog.