What’s Good? 2021

Hi All,

A happy holidays to those who celebrate.

The upcoming December period is one of mixed emotion, but I’m excited to spend time with my mum and brother for a few days (if he can get back from Paris!). I hope everyone has a festive period filled with joy and comes back refreshed and excited for the oncoming year. 2022 is going to hold good things I can already tell!

I write this post in early December with a soft spot in my heart, maybe the festive period does get to me more than I first thought. I’ve had such a joyous year this year because of the community.

On the surface you may think that the data community is a group of slightly nerdy individuals that sit and tweet each other from all over the world. In part, you’re right. In fact, quite proudly too. But, it is really so much more than that. It has made me realise more about my own traits and what I admire in people, taught me what happens when you surround yourself with the right people. It’s taught me to find what I take joy in. How uplifting others is important, and how to be part of a community that learns and shares across the world, whilst building each other up to be the best version of themselves.

What’s Good?

The What’s Good blog series 2021 was a fantastic occasion to learn from a multitude of authors and topic backgrounds. I want to thank everyone who got involved and enjoyed reading the blogs. Guest blogs will continue on the site in 2022.

In truth I’ve been deliberating how things will look on the site next year, whether the series should have been a one off or not amongst other branding issues. I’m pleased to say season 2 is well on its way to being started with a whole host of amazing guest bloggers. I’m super excited for next year to really focus on things the wider community find valuable, and with the next iterations and versions of Tableau being released, this nervously opens the door for differentiating, but creative, content moving forward.

If you’d like to catch up on the past year of guest blogs they can be found here.

Thank you for making the series so special.



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