We kicked off the new year with our first virtual meetup hosted by John Wilke with guests Craig Sexauer and Pierre Estephan. This new format offers insight into how the Statsig team thinks about implementing experimentation into project plans for anyone who considers themselves a builder. If you weren’t able to join us live, catch the on-demand conversation below!
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Product teams are responsible for scaling to achieve aggressive annual KPI targets, often with limited resources. Tune in to get an inside look at the importance of scaling and building with experimentation to hit demanding product targets.
Statsig Data Scientist Craig Sexauer and Engineering Manager Pierre Estephan covered:
How to pick the “right” metrics
Why measuring all product changes matter
Why smaller, scrappy experiments are crucial in H2 to prioritize product features
What insights long-term Holdouts offer that a single experiment does not
Enjoy this on-demand viewing and we hope you can join us live in the future! Morgan Scalzo Community and Event Manager Statsig
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