10: Jon Peltier, Chartmaster and Excel MVP

The Chart Master Himself

In episode 10, we welcome the Chartmaster, Jon Peltier. If you’ve ever Googled anything on Excel charts, chances are you’ve stumbled upon Jon’s website. Jon is the author of Peltier Tech, one of the biggest article repositories for Excel development online.In this episode we spoke with Jon about how he got started, his inspirations, and what it takes to develop your own Excel products.

Most Embarrassing Client Stories

PeltierTech 307We also shared our most embarrassing spreadsheet and client stories. Jordan shares two embarrassing stories that you will not believe!

Of Soccer and Spreadsheets

In the final portion of the show, our friends over at Spreadsheet1 and The Spreadsheet Guru shared their wonderful World Cup predictions spreadsheet. You should definitely check it out. It’s fully functional and without any code!

Where to find Jon

Special thanks!

We would like to especially thank Chris Macro and Petros Chatzipantazis for their contributions to this episode.

Do you have something to share?

A new Excel utility you’re developing? A tip? Perhaps an embarrassing story?! Share it with us and we’ll read it allowed on a future episode. And don’t forget to subscribe to our mailing list to get Excel trips, tricks, updates, and news directly to your inbox. What could be better?


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