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Excel // Unhide multiple tabs at once
OK. So maybe "life-changing" is overstating it slightly. But still - this is long overdue. And sometimes in life, it's the little things that make all the difference.
Tech // GRID launches out of beta
Iceland-based GRID aims to ease the common challenges of sharing and presenting data from spreadsheets. Following its $12m Series A raise a few months ago, it has now launched out of beta. Its new paid offering includes a "Professional" tier which offers a more powerful publishing feature set to subscribers. Read more.
Resources // Maslow's pyramid for Excel
Psychologist Abraham Maslow developed his well-known pyramid to better understand human needs and motivation; the idea being that people strive to reach higher levels of the pyramid.
Video // What happens when maths goes wrong
Matt Parker does a great job of making maths and spreadsheets entertaining. This video of a talk he gave at the Royal Institution is worth a watch. He highlights that, most of the time, the maths in our everyday lives works quietly behind the scenes. And then someone forgets to carry a '1' and a bridge collapses or a plane drops out of the sky.
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Financial Modelling (Infrastructure Team) - Executive to Manager Levels - KPMG - Sydney, AUS
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Analyst - FP&A Strategic Planning - Spotify - NY, USA
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