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Nobody loves giving our community a look at what’s coming next more than the rockstar developers building the features themselves. During this year's Devs on Stage keynote, we heard from Amanda Luthy, Alex Vertin, Swati Srivastav, Keshia Rose, and Denny Bromley, sharing exciting updates from our 2019.1 beta (available now!) and upcoming product releases. Check out some of our favorite highlights.
Amanda Luthy, visual analytics tester, is an avid outdoorswoman and Sasquatch enthusiast. She combined two of her favorite things—data and dirt—to help her backpacking group plan its next trip and show off new dashboard functionality.
Alex Vertin, visual analytics engineer and Sasquatch denier, showed us new ways Tableau enables secure data access—on and offline.
When not geeking out on data, senior software engineer Swati Srivastav loves to paint, and likens using paint to bring out a subject in her images to using Tableau to bring out insights from data. She showed us a few ways to get to insight faster with new features.
A product manager on the developer platform team, Keshia Rose loves to help people unleash their creativity. Following yesterday’s announcement of the Tableau Developer Program, she was thrilled to share some of the ways we’re empowering our developer community.
Senior software engineer Denny Bromley fell in love with Tableau at a former job where he used computational chemistry to discover new cancer drugs. Now he’s excited to see the creativity of the community unleashed on some new features that act as analytical building blocks, bringing interactive, visual analysis to life in new ways.
We are incredibly grateful for the passionate Tableau Community. Your valuable feedback directly influences the features we release, because you continuously find more creative and powerful ways to use Tableau than we can imagine. It’s not just our dream, but also our ask of you—take these new developments, go wild with them, and tell us how we can make Tableau better for you by sharing your ideas.