The Tableau Zen Masters 2014/15

By Andy Cotgreave September 5, 2014

We are delighted to announce the 2014/2015 Tableau Zen Masters. We are grateful to all our customers who help make our community so amazing. The Zen Masters are the people who, day-after-day, week-after-week, go above and beyond in their contributions. Here is the list of all the 2014/15 Zen Masters. Below the list are details of how you can follow them online and at our conference. For more detailed bios on each of the Zen Masters, head over to the official page.

The 2014/15 Tableau Zen Masters


Allan Walker

Twitter: @AllanWalkerIT

Web: allanwalkerit.tumblr.com/

Andy Kriebel

Twitter: @VizWizBI

Web: vizwiz.blogspot.com

Facebook: Vizwiz

Anya A'Hearn

Twitter: @datablick

Web: http://www.datablick.com/

Chuck Hooper

Twitter: @chuck_hooper

Web: bialytics.com

Dan Murray

Twitter: @DGM885

Web: Interworks

Tumblr: http://dgm885.tumblr.com

Joe Mako

Twitter: @joemako

Web: Joe Mako on Google+

Jonathan Drummey

Twitter: @jonathandrummey

Web: Drawing With Numbers

Joshua Milligan

Twitter: @VizPainter

Web: vizpainter.com

Kelly Martin

Blog: VizCandy

Twitter: @VizCandy

Mark Jackson

Twitter: @ugamarkj

Blog: ugamarkj.blogspot.com

Matthew Lutton

LinkedIn: Matthew Lutton

Web: Matthew's Community Profile

Twitter: @mluttonBI

Noah Salvatarra

Twitter: @noahsalvaterra

Web: Noah's profile

Peter Gilks

Twitter: @pgilks

Web: PaintByNumbers

Ramon Martinez

Twitter: @HlthAnalysis

Web: Health Intelligence

Richard Leeke

Web: blog.equinox.co.nz

Shawn Wallwork

Twitter: @ShawnWallwork

Community Page: Shawn's Community Page

Steve Wexler

Twitter: @VizBizWiz

Web: Data Revelations




How to follow the Zen Masters

You might be interested in how you can follow and keep up with the Zen Masters. There are lots of ways:

Read their blogs

The Zen Master page has links to all their incredible blogs. Subscribe to these blogs on Feedly, Pocket, or Bloglovin' and you'll be guaranteed a good read throughout the year.

Follow them on Twitter

Most of our Zen Masters are active on Twitter. Subscribe to this list to keep up with the conversation.

See them in action at Destination Data


If you are heading to Seattle next week to our conference, there are many ways to meet and follow the Zen Masters:

Look out for their lanyards

If you see an enso on a Lanyard, well done - you've spotted a Zen Master. Go shake their hand. Or take a selfie and post it to Twitter/Instagram #ZenMasterAndMe

Attend their sessions

On the conference app or online, use the Zen Master content type filter to see who's speaking when and where.

See the live announcement

We will be officially announcing and congratulating the Zen Masters during Hans Rosling's keynote on Thursday. Be sure to be there to cheer them on.

We hope you enjoy following and learing from the Zen Masters. Next year, could you be one of our new Zen Masters?

(thumbnail image from: Wade M on flickr)

Comments

Submitted by Shankar Saikia (not verified) on

Congrats to the Zen Masters - truly a very talented group.

Can you give us the name of the TWITTER LIST since clicking on the link says something like "list does not exist"

Thanks.

Submitted by Andy P. on

Congratulations to all the new Zen Masters!!

Submitted by Dustin S. on

WooHoo! Congrats! Each of you makes such amazing contributions to the Tableau community. :)

Submitted by Shailendra Poddar (not verified) on

Congrats Peter. We are proud of you @Slalom NY

Submitted by Shankar Saikia (not verified) on

Thank you - I managed to subscribe to the list by pulling it up on my twiiter (desktop) page and then clicking on Subscribe. For some reason I was unable to subscribe from my ipad - I tried clicking on the link in the blog post, the link in your reply and even in the twitter client

Great list - nice job

Submitted by Jim W. (not verified) on

Congrats and well deserved. I can easily name at least three things I've learned from _each person_ on this list. The community is a big part of what makes Tableau special.

Submitted by Milind (not verified) on

Congrats Zen Masters! Looking forward to meeting some of you at TCC14!

Submitted by Greg Lyons (not verified) on

Congrats to all Zen Masters.. and in particular, nice work Matt Lutton!

Submitted by Matt Lutton (not verified) on

Thanks Greg! It is quite an honor, and TC14 was quite an experience!

If that is Jim Wahl posting a few comments previous, I would have nominated you in a heartbeat -- you are such an integral part of the Forums Community and I've learned a TON from you.

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