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Tableau Conference 2018 (TC18) has officially kicked off, and the Alteryx team is ready to help attendees alter analytics while in New Orleans! The Alteryx team will be on-hand in our booth to address the power of Alteryx + Tableau. Come by, say hello, and be sure to check out the great breakout sessions that we have going on as well.
Alteryx is proud to once again be sponsoring Tableau Conference (TC18) for the sixth year in a row. Come October 22nd, visit us at Booth #435 in the TC18 Expo Hall and experience the power of self-service analytics and data science with the beauty and function of Tableau visualizations.
If you’ve attended Inspire Europe in the past, you know the Grand Prix is the ultimate challenge for users to test their data analytic skills. And, if you haven’t had the pleasure of attending Inspire Europe, let me get you up to speed (pun intended).
Ready for next week? I know I can’t wait! For the first time ever, Inspire is a completely sold out event. That means you’ll have the chance to meet and learn alongside THOUSANDS of Alteryx users and enthusiasts. Before packing your bags and heading out to Anaheim, we wanted to give you a few tips and reminders to make this event as awesome as possible.
You did it. You bought your ticket. It’s sinking in that you are less than 25 days away from the biggest analytics conference of the year! Haven’t registered for Inspire yet? Register here, collect your ticket and proceed to Go! to attend the Alteryx event that is altering everything you know about analytics. Both readers read on to rock on. Here's what you need to know about Inspire 2018 including the lowdown on session levels, tracks, training, and events.
We broke tradition (gasp!) in 2017, and changed the Grand Prix format to 3 super racing teams (9 people total) taking the stage. After experimenting with the setup, we are going back to the basics in 2018.The Grand Prix will return to its traditional format – 3 drivers competing for the cup! Read on to learn how you can use your license to solve faster than ever before.