The Unpredictable Curve of COVID-19


Editor’s note: Amanda Makulec is joining as an advisor to the Coronavirus Data Resource Hub. As both a Masters of Public Health and the Operations Director for the Data Visualization Society, she’s an expert in the responsible use of data visualization for public health. She will be helping the Tableau team identify data resources, curate... Continue Reading →

Profiles in Personalization: Bucket Studio’s Jeffrey MacIntyre


We’re excited to share the next feature in our “Profiles in Personalization” series – with keen insights coming to you from Jeffrey MacIntyre.  A long-time personalization expert and aficionado, Jeff is a New York-based consultant specializing in personalization, experience optimization and content operations. Jeff writes Bucket List, a newsletter of tales from the trenches of... Continue Reading →

Flattening the curve: How well is your county doing coronavirus social distancing?


The coronavirus is spreading quickly through the United States, and many elected officials across the country are reacting with policies designed to slow the transmission of the pandemic, otherwise known as “flattening the curve.” One of the key methods they’re encouraging is social distancing—the practice of people limiting their movements and contact with others to... Continue Reading →

MuleSoft named a 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Full Life Cycle API Management


The MuleSoft team is excited to announce that we have been recognized as a 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Full Life Cycle API Management.  According to Gartner, “The Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice is a recognition of vendors in this market by verified end-user professionals.” To ensure fair evaluation, Gartner maintains rigorous criteria... Continue Reading →

3 ways to justify strategic integration investments to business leaders


Convincing business leaders of the strategic value of integration is one of the most difficult challenges IT leaders face. Integration technologies, in nature, are “invisible” and often don’t come with a demo you can showcase to leadership. This makes it difficult for organizations to justify strategic investments in integration.  In contrast, 80% of organizations currently... Continue Reading →

How-To Guide: Working From Home


Formerly an industry analyst, Quip VP of Collaboration Alan Lepofsky has advised companies on the future of work for nearly a decade. He has worked from home for 20 years. It’s encouraging to see organizations expand their support for remote work, providing employees with the flexibility and trust to work in a way that benefits... Continue Reading →

Building with Web Components


In the early years of web development, there were three standard fundamentals upon which every website was built: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. As time passed, web developers became more proficient in their construction of fancy UI/UX widgets for websites. With the need for newer ways of crafting a site coming in conflict with the relatively... Continue Reading →

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