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About the conference

The conference will run in a hybrid format this year, starting with an in-person training day on the 15th of November, consisting of 90-minute-long tutorial sessions.

November 16th  will be the first main conference day, held in-person at the four-star Hotel Mercure Buda Castle Hill and also streamed for remote viewers. The second main conference day on the 17th will be fully online to allow international speakers to contribute and participate remotely.

The Tableau track

Our Tableau track aims to serve as a major Tableau-focused gathering for the Hungarian and regional BI community and we would like to cover many different aspects of the Tableau ecosystem.

A (partial)  list of potential topics of interest:

General Tableau topics

  • Intro talks on new features
  • Tableau Best practices
  • Designing effective and engaging dashboards in Tableau
  • Data storytelling in Tableau
  • Data visualization case studies

Technical topics

  • Calculations in Tableau
  • Parameters, Sets, Actions
  • Performance optimization techniques
  • Devops in Tableau (server management, version control, deployment etc.)
  • Data preparation and cleaning in Tableau Prep
  • Using the Tableau APIs
  • Creating Extensions
  • Embedding Tableau

“Soft” topics:

Confirmed speakers

In-person talk Online talk

Tips and Tricks
Heidi Kalbe

Senior Consultant
Woodmark Consulting AG, Germany

Back 2 Viz Basics:
A Tableau Community Project
Eric Balash

Manager, Data Visualization
Lovelytics, USA

How to design
Sarah Bartlett

Tableau Enablement Consultant
Red Hat, United Kingdom

Tableau Prep –
intro and use cases
Jared Flores
Solutions Architect
Analytic Vizion, USA

Data Storytelling
from sketches
Shazeera A. Zawawi
Senior Adviser, Research and Innovation
APT, Switzerland

Tips and Tricks to
Maximize Tableau Server
Patrick Sarsfield
Business Analysis Manager
Cisco, USA

Questions in Dataviz
Neil Richards
JLL, United Kingdom

Elevating your dashboard design
by combining Tableau and Figma
Tímea Töltszéki
Sr. BI and Tableau Consultant
Leaseplan, The Netherlands

Viz what you love
Lilla Rasztik
Senior Data Analyst
EPAM, The Netherlands

How to build guided tours
for dashboards
Tamás Varga
Data Visualization Team Lead
Starschema, Hungary

Mapping the World
Norbert Borbás
Data Analyst
Telefónica Global Roaming, Germany

Data Visualization Best Practice
for Business Applications
Adam Mico
Principal, Data Visualization & Enablement
Moderna (USA)

Attending the conference

If you are considering attending the conference please check out the English registration or the Hungarian registration pages. You can also follow our Twitter feed and Linkedin page for announcements.

The Budapest BI agenda also includes a Power BI, a General BI, a Dataviz and a PyData track, so there’s a great opportunity to also discover new tools, approaches and solutions for data problems similar to yours.

Visiting Budapest

In case you are planning on participating in the conference in-person, we also collected all the information you should know about visiting Budapest. It includes affordable plane tickets and different accommodation options near or even at the venue of the conference.

Besides that, Budapest provides a lot to discover: amazing historic sights, attractions and programs for all tastes.