Alteryx brings the power of no-code/low-code to citizen data scientists all over the world – and Alteryx is very often the first development platform that folk have used and the first exposure to building working software.
Mainstream Software Engineering has developed a rich set of good practices which make code more maintainable, safer, and easier to test.
Sean Adams asks what if we could bring these two together - all the fun of solving, all the good practices without having to learn the code first.
That would be a combination that would be a reasonable challenger to the best known partnership in history – Peanut Butter and Jelly!
It's great to see so many of you showing an interest in the event next week.
Just a quick reminder that you need to register to get the relevant links for the event itself.
It takes but a jiffy!
Thanks to everyone who attended our virtual user group event yesterday. @JohnnyButler is hard at work at getting the recording ready and we'll post it here shortly.
It was a great session with great insight from a man who very definitely knows his stuff! Thanks again for giving us your time @SeanAdams
As per Sean's request, can I please ask of those that attended and of those watching the recording when it gets posted, to give your constructive feedback. It will really help Sean in fine tuning the content ahead of presenting at the Alteryx Conference in May.
You can post your feedback here or use the email address provided by Johnny B at the end of the talk.
Thanks again and looking forward to seeing you at our next event!
Thanks again to everyone who there last week and in particualr to Sean for a great presentation.
Here is a link to the recording. Some top tips in here for sure...