Inspiring Ingenuity

Alteryx, Bicycles and Teaching Kids Programming.


Year in Review

The blog has been quiet over the holidays, but look for some regular new posts coming soon.  It has been fun writing, both the personal posts and the Alteryx related ones.  I have had a good time writing and have been happy with the number of people reading, including 8 posts with more than 200 views.  And please – I am always looking for new ideas for posts, that’s the hardest part.   Either leave a comment or email me at ned (at) inspiringingenuity (dot) net.

So once again, thanks for reading.

Top 5 Posts of 2013

And an honorable mention to the top non-Alteryx related post of the year:

Recent Posts not included in any months in review:

Previous Months in Review


Month in Review: October

The Month in Review is a round up of all the posts I have created in the last month as well as some links and small thoughts that came up during the month that were not big enough for posts of their own.  It will also serve as an index to the site. Continue reading


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Month in Review: August 2013

In the spirit of DC Rainmaker, the month in review is an index to the posts from the previous month (he does it weekly, but monthly seems better for me.)  In addition will be links and small topics that have accumulated over the course of the month.

Alteryx Related

Personal:

Some Interesting Links and Small Thoughts

  • Lenovo Chief Shares Bonus:  Even if this is just for PR, it is good PR.
  • A Data Broker Offers a Peek Behind the Curtain:  Acxiom is going to allow people to see the data that is collected on them.  I’m not sure about this.  If the data is bad, the marketing is bad.  If the data is good, people might protest based on the creep factor.  Will be interesting to see how it plays out.
  • Power Meter Buyers Guide:  Power meters are becoming a must for serious training on a bike.  DC Rainmaker as usual  does a nice job summing up the options.
  • John Scalzi Won a Hugo:  Another non work related blog that I often read.  An excellent writer and a well deserved Hugo.
  • Scratch 2.0 Download:  The 2.0 version has up until now only been a cloud service.  Now you can run it locally.

Thanks for reading,

ned.