**** THIS IS A HYBRID MEETING***
For the first time in two and a half years, the London User Group will meet in person. Thanks to our friends at PWC, we will be meeting again for our first hybrid event ever.
Our hosts for the in-person location need the names of people attending and if there are any dietary requirements. Please add your name to this google form before the session to guarantee you can access the venue next week.
Google Forms link: https://forms.gle/xPAUycEgqvcGXLAt6
Virtual attendees can join the zoom meeting from this link. Full meeting details have been appended to the bottom of the event
DATE & TIME
Wednesday 7th September 2022
6 - 8 PM (UK)
7 More London, London, SE1 2RT
Seminar Suite 3
6pm - Introductions & Welcome
6.20 - Getting started with Designer Cloud power by Trifacta
7.15 - How to build your own internal community
Thanks to our speakers
Chris Goodman, Alteryx Ace
David Helton & Adam Wilson from Alteryx
This event will be the last managed on Meetup.com. All future meetups will be managed on the Alteryx Community Events pages. Please join the London User Group page here: https://bit.ly/LUGCommunity
If you want to speak at a future event, please contact us directly or register here: http://bit.ly/LAUGspeak
As we look to start live user groups again and you'd like to host, please register your interest here: http://bit.ly/LAUGhost
And finally, if you have any suggestions or ideas on how we can improve to User Group, then please let us know here: http://bit.ly/LAUGideas
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I signed up a while back, only went to see where the location was yesterday and filled out the google sheet. I have come into the city today and looking forward to seeing you all in person.
@iamdata unfortunately i will not be able to make it today due to an emergency - so if there is not enough spots or anything like that, feel free to mention you are taking my spot (if that is even possible)
Thank you to everyone who attended our first in-person meeting in nearly 3 years. It was great to see everyone again and look forward to future meetings.
It was an interesting experiment hosting a hybrid event which went well in addition to the approximately 35 people attending in person and 15 joining online.
We heard from Adam Wilson and Sean Kandel, who showed us around Designer Cloud powered by Trifacta. Seeing how the existing Trifacta product works, great ideas on where to apply and use Trifacta in our current projects. Adam also shared insights on how Trifacta and Alteryx will integrate together, creating a better cloud offering for all users.
After a short break, Chris Goodman (@cgoodman3) provided an interesting repeat of his Inspire on building a Community of Practice. He highlighted that a Community of Practice is more than a Group of Interested Users (CoI) but doesn’t provide the delivery function of a centre of excellence (COE). It provides support and ideas for all participants to achieve their goals and improve as a collective.
The slides from Chris’s presentation are attached, and the recording of the meet-up is below (there maybe a delay in uploading).
Our next meeting will be a Christmas-themed event, and we will continue the hybrid structure. Once we confirm the planning details, we will make an announcement here on the community events pages.
The Leadership team
Thanks Paul - this is really useful. Do you have any recording of the zoom call? Sean's presentation on Trifacta was really interesting.
Thanks Paul for sharing.
As I mentioned, here is a blog post which explains the different ways of tracking desktop usage: