Yes, it's nearly the end of 2019 already. We like to celebrate early!
And we especially like what amazing Tableau Zen Masters can do with data! That's because we regularly see Tableau-specific project briefs, which are serviced by a fantastic population of #dataviz, data management and data science consultants, consultancies and agencies in our global network.
According to Tableau's own website, a Tableau Zen Master is "nominated by our Tableau community and our team members. Zen Masters are selected for one year based on their contributions from the previous year".
So, are you looking for a list of awesome Tableau Zen Masters to follow?
Look no further.
Ready? Let's dive in:
Joshua Milligan is a five-time Tableau Zen Master. His passion is training, mentoring, and helping people gain insights and make decisions based on their data through data visualization using Tableau.
He is a principal consultant at Teknion Data Solutions, where he has served clients in numerous industries since 2004.
Joshua served as technical reviewer on several Tableau titles and is the author of the book Learning Tableau.
Bridget has beeen recognized by Tableau Software for blogging and social media: 1 of 18 social ambassadors, 1 of 30 Tableau Zen Masters.
In face, Bridget is a 3 time Tableau Zen Master & former social ambassador.
LinkedIn: Anya A'Hearn
The founder of DataBlick, Anya has long been a source for serious data wrangling and aesthetics. She had a wild dream to transform the data rendering world, and pulled together brilliant artists with a shared passion for doing extraordinary things with data.
LinkedIn: Ryan Sleeper
Ryan Sleeper is an independent data visualization designer, author, speaker, trainer, and consultant specializing in Tableau.
He is a 2X Tableau Zen Master, 2013 Tableau Iron Viz Champion, author of the 2015 Tableau Public Visualization of the Year, and author of Practical Tableau (O'Reilly).
LinkedIn: Emma Whyte
Emma is a Tableau Zen Master, Certified Tableau Trainer and Consultant in the UK with The Information Lab.
Emma would describe herself as a Data Vizzer, cyclist, hiker, general outdoorsy person and occasional baker.
And that's all folks!
Stay tuned until next time.
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