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We help people see and understand data. Since day 1, we've been living by those 7 words.
It's an easy motto to follow: Work hard. Have fun. Then have some more fun.
Worklife quality goes way up when you work with really bright people without egos getting in the way.
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Who uses our products? Everyone. From Fortune 500 companies, to video game designers, to scientists in the jungles of Central America, to high school principals.
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Raif is a Sustaining QA Lead and really smart guy. He uses our products to make mixed trochoids.
It was the dazzling graphics on Wikipedia pages for epitrochoids and hypotrochoids that got me thinking about how I could create an interactive spirograph with Tableau. It turned out great because I was able to recreate all the illustrations I saw online, as well as a few new 'hybrid' curves!
I really enjoy playing on Tableau's Ultimate Frisbee team but the competition stays on the field. Within the team, across departments, from the executives on down, people explain their decisions and graciously answer questions.
Erin is a Lead Technical Writer who loves to ski, so she made a viz to track ski resort stats.
When I moved to the Bay Area I was not happy to discover that the closest ski areas were more than four hours away. I wanted to see which of the resorts had the best prices, snowpack, trails and lifts so I didn't waste my time driving to the wrong place.
We create disruptive products that are changing the way people do business. I also love being on a team that is so whole heartedly focused on a single mission. But the thing I like most about Tableau is our culture of respect. There are no second-class positions at this company.
Scott is a Senior Product Consultant who uses Tableau to track scores and boost his fantasy football odds.
Ever since I was a kid I would race to grab the morning paper, tearing out the sports section to analyze the box scores. A couple of decades later I'm still analyzing box scores, but now I'm plugging them into Tableau to improve my fantasy football odds.
The people. The opportunities. The flexibility to tread your own path and find your own niche.
Richard is a Senior Software Engineer fascinated by climatology, so he created a viz to track hurricanes.
When I plugged hurricane data into Tableau, I realized I wasn't just showing my kids a pretty graphic, I was helping them to understand the human cost of events like Katrina. I enjoy being able to explain graphical language to my children, helping them to be more scientifically and politically literate.
I've been with Tableau for seven years, which means I was one of the company's first employees. I've seen countless ideas born during informal lunchtime chatter. Tableau is not just a software company, but a research-based company as well.
Iain is a Senior Software Engineer and Lego Master. This is not child's play.
While working at Seattle's annual BrickCon LEGO hobbyist event, I plugged data about the event's LEGO models into Tableau. Instantly, I was able to find interesting patterns. I do love it when my work and personal life crossover. Although my co-workers are probably getting tired of stepping on the LEGO bricks by now.
I've seen a lot of change in my seven years at Tableau, but the company hasn't lost its startup spirit. There are a lot of smart, creative, energized folks all working toward a common mission - and having fun doing it!