25 LEDs, a kitchen strainer basket, electrical tape, solder —> one Iron Man arc reactor (aka, my Friday night). at The Second Tree from the Corner – View on Path.
I’m multiple years into an on-going quest to properly capture and articulate the different “roles” of an analytics and optimization organization. I’m not talking about “people roles” here so much as “types of deliverable value” by an organization. Through multiple jobs — both client-side and…
If only the optimization team was in the room, Dilbert could have requested that the button be moved and be left alone to see which was better…
As a long-time Digital Analytics Association (DAA) member, I was thrilled to not only get to attend the Austin chapter’s symposium this week, but to be invited to deliver one of the keynotes.
The theme of the day was “Digital Analytics in the Real World,” so I chose to present on the fact…
"The Internet of Things" is here. It’s a miniscule leap to see this being smooth/slick/fast from this prototype.
- A faint line is no longer visible on the heads of babies.
- Fish are no longer duplicated in the fridge when moving homes.
- Sims can no longer “Try for Baby” with the Grim Reaper.
- Sims who are on fire will no longer be forced to attend graduation before they can put themselves out.
- Children and…
CHANGELOGs, take note.
I gotta up my commit message game.
I sooooo wish I could see the product manager’s explanation for why “Sims can no longer ‘Try for Baby’ with the Grim Reaper” needed to be included in the release.