Alright community, this is the penultimate post in our discussion surrounding competition in the Alteryx Community and the subjects that arose out of that initial conversation. This weeks topic is related to what made the community "stick" for you as a member, because the more of us that end up sticking here and sticking together, the more robust of an environment we can build.
Lots of people join the community for content and learning in Academy, but there are so many other reasons that people stay. What are the biggest things that made you want to stay active after you achieved your Core Certification and could we make those even better as a community team? Why do you keep coming back - is it the people, the continued learning, the nacho bar (gosh I wish there was a nacho bar), or something else entirely?
Again, this topic isn't directly related to the thread that started everything, but I think it's important nonetheless. Last week, I tagged in some of our "newer" members. This week, I want to bring in some of our veterans to discuss their thoughts on the matter, and see if those motivations are still there, if they've evolved, and in what capacity. So with that in mind, I'd love to hear from all of you, but I'll be tagging in @jamielaird, @BenMoss, @JosephSerpis, @joshuaburkhow, and @MarqueeCrew on their experience.
Community Management Team Lead