Stuff I do…

This is my blog. I’ll be posting about data, vizualisation, business intelligence and my favourite professional application – Tableau.

I’m an expert on visual analytics and BI for large enterprises such as investment banks, with a particular interest in IT services.

I’m proud to be a Tableau Ambassador! And even prouder to be a Tableau Zen Master!

I’m the Co-Chair of the London Tableau User Group. Contact me if you’re interested in attending or speaking. We meet approx once every 2-3 months.

I also do a bit of speaking – I’m happy to come along and talk Tableau / BI at user events or conferences.

I’m also a technical reviewer for some publishers including PACKT. Contact me if you feel that I could be of some benefit to your organisation.

I do the odd bit of consultancy work. Got data? Don’t know what to do with it? Show me!

I’ve had almost 15 years experience at top financial institutions such as Goldman Sachs at the heart of IT infrastructure systems.

Prior to that I buried myself in data analysis with a B.Sc. degree in Biomedical Sciences followed by an M.Sc. in Molecular Pathology and then another M.Sc. in Information Technology just for the hell of it. If only we’d had the same analysis capabilities back then.

If you’re interested in what I have to say then let me know, and feel free to connect with me in one of the many ways available.

Here’s hoping something I say proves useful to someone…

Cheers, Paul

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One Response to Stuff I do…

  1. Adrian Loong says:

    Thank u for sharing your experience with the wider tableau community. I certainly have used a lot of your material as a guide when deploying tableau to the enterprise!

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