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The Virtual Inspire is about to begin and we can't wait for it! The weekly challenges are just the beginning, and we wanted to challenge you even more! Want to play and win new fun badges? Are you ready guys?
Share your feedback below about the best session of the day. Which guru revealed new inspirations? What product development thrilled you? What big news got you excited? What training took you to the next level in data analysis?
Long story, short, what thrilled you? Share your best & favorite session with our community on this thread.
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Simple as that.
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Aww, I'm so glad to hear this, @WillM! I'm fascinated by visualization, too. Your former roommate's paintings sound so interesting!
One thing that's super interesting about Alberto Cairo (well, yet another thing!) is that he's been an artist since childhood, and he's recently been posting some of his drawings to Twitter. I'm hoping to talk to him about how his artistic skills and sensibilities have intersected with his interest in data viz in our next interview ... so stay tuned for more on that in our follow-up, full-length podcast episode!
Day 2 keynote to get a glimpse of Designer Cloud as that will be a game changer!
But actually the customer stories have been really great, especially how they have used Alteryx to transform during Covid.
I like the new feature about the customer portal / Support.
I learned several staff from the Dynamic Workflow Development session like how to make the workflow dynamic using dynamic input, how to select dynamically column as well.
The materials was really clear.
Thanks for those moment of sharing knowledge about Alteryx 🙂
I mean, there have been so many amazing sessions so far! To shoutout one, though, @NicoleJohnson did an awesome job at delivering an innovative and practical solution to enable users to build their own SQL query using an app interface. This goes right along with Alteryx's idea of a code-free platform.
I've only been able to assist to the Keynote today so by default this is my best session. 😊
But everything presented/announced during this keynote cas awesome.
I've loved the presentation of DataKind and the new functionality upcoming making the use of data easier.