Experimentation

Peek-a-boo! Sometimes No Data is the Answer

Sometimes experiments are not to improve specific KPIs, but to disprove novelty effects or the null hypothesis. The post explains the thought process with examples to share that clarity on what they mean by “no-data”.

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What Your More Experienced Programming Partner Learns from You

At Atomic, we program in pairs a lot. It’s how we teach each other and learn from one another. Pairing is how we build confidence that we’re building something actually great, not just something that makes sense to me when I’m under-caffeinated. It’s also core to the way that we run our business. We like […] The post What Your More Experienced Programming Partner Learns from You appeared first on Atomic Spin.

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