This week on Packt Hub – 25 May 2018

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Here is this week’s newsletter showcasing a select set of news stories, interviews, analyses and tutorials along with special content curated from the web. If you like what you see, make sure to subscribe and tell others too.

Here’s what you may have missed in the last 7 days – Tech news, insights and tutorials…

Featured interview

“Tableau is the most powerful and secure end-to-end analytics platform” – Joshua Milligan

This week we interviewed Joshua Milligan, Tableau Zen Master and the best selling author of the book, Learning Tableau. In this insightful interview, Joshua explains why Tableau is the Google of data visualization. He explores what’s possible in Tableau like Geospatial analysis and automating workflows, what the exciting new features such as Hyper, Tableau Prep mean for BI developers, among other topics.

Tech news

Conferences/Events in focus this week

What the PSF & Jetbrains 2017 Python Developer Survey reveals

Five developer centric sessions at IoT World 2018

F8 AR Announcements

What we learned at the ICRA 2018 conference for robotics & automation

Data news in depth

Development & programming news in depth

Cloud & networking news in depth

Other News


Data tutorials

Development & programming tutorials

Development tutorials

Programming tutorials

Other tutorials

This week’s opinions, analysis, and insights

Data Insights

Development & Programming Insights


Other Insights

What else happened in May?

Last Week on Packt Hub – 18 May 2018

That week on Packt Hub – 11 May 2018

That week on Packt Hub – 4 May 2018


Aarthi Kumaraswamy
Managing Editor, Packt Hub. Former mainframes/DB2 programmer turned marketer/market researcher turned editor. I love learning, writing and tinkering when I am not busy running after my toddler. Wonder how algorithms would classify this!

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