Day 2 of TC17 at a glance: Explosive talks, amazing new Tableau updates and more. Read about busted myths in analytics, new revelations from Tableau developers, insights from Chipotle, Coca-Cola, Netflix and many others

Categories Analytics, TC17

 

Day 2 at the Tableau Conference 2017 was marked by a series of explosive new updates for Tableau, a lot of amazing talks and an incredible buzz of analysts from all across the globe bonding, sharing experiences and working together to bring the industry forward.

 

The highlight of Day 2 was the Keynote talk in the morning, where Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky and a team of executives at Tableau presented their vision for Tableau, together with three new amazing updates: the new Hyper Data Engine, Project Maestro and Extensions API. Later in the day, a team of Tableau Developers showcased a lot of new features and managed to get everyone excited with every new release.

 

The conference’s speakers were incredibly open and willing to talk to the participants at the conference, mingled in the Data Village and ‘stealthly’ blended in. Some of our favorites were…

 

The Cognetik team at TC17 blogged about the most important new releases and we provided a short review of every feature launched yesterday.

 

Here’s our list of posts from yesterday in case you missed them:

 

Day 1 at the Tableau Conference 2017: Data hive people showed up by the thousands, lined up in front of the booths and had a great time. Quote of the day: It’s exciting to collect data, but sometimes it tells you what you don’t want to know

 

5 Data myths busted at the Tableau Conference 2017. Where do analysts get it wrong?

 

How Tableau is Becoming More Important to Your Organization  

Explosive announcements at TC17. New features coming to Tableau Software: A new data engine, Project Maestro, Extensions API and more

 

Tableau Conference LIVE updates – Exciting new Features in the Queue!

 

Chipotle Case Study, fresh from TC17: From zero to 800 users in only 3 months. ”Never let a good crisis go to waste. We have to use data to change the way we think”

 

Also, check our Twitter Page for a constant feed of updates from the TC17

More than 14,000 people attended Day 2 of the conference, but we’re sure that a lot more analysts that weren’t able to come to Vegas watched the keynotes live from home. Drop us a line if you’re at the conference, we’d love to say hi!

 

Sebastian is a journalist and digital strategist with years of experience in the news industry, social media, content creation & management and web analytics.

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