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.
As you complete this fun task, our Community Managers will be granting you the related badge. Remember! At the end of day 4, if you complete all three tasks, you will get the Engaged User Badge as a reward for going all the way!
Simple as that.
Happy sharing! Check out the Engagement Badge Challenge Post here for the full rundown on activities!
I loved the last talk of the keynote, I like the vision!
But I couldn't watch it until the end, had to jump on another session to answer your questions, great questions and interaction guys!
For the first day, my favorite (besides the announcement of Designer on a browser), was the "Enterprise ETL in Alteryx: Building Stable and Flexible Data Pipelines" session, by Luke Light.
@LukeL : Can't wait to see more of that content available.
Jay Henderson's product session today got me like: Designer in the Cloud, AMP, Schedule Forecasting, and Control Containers!?!?!?! LETS GOOO!!!
I just watched the session "FOMO is Real: Here are the Recent Designer Features You Might Have Missed".
And indeed I had missed some new features. Thanks to @RithiS for introducing us to this panel of Designer new features.
Not gonna lie, this might be a little bit biased, but I absolutely LOVED both sessions that @SusanCS hosted today.for the Data Science Mixer Podcast. If I had to choose one, it would probably be the session with Alberto Cairo, because I absolutely love hearing about visualizations. My old roommate had a fine arts background and once did a series of paintings that were based around some specific data visualizations, and so I think nostalgia definitely kicked in a bit on that session. Every session that I've attended has been absolutely great though!