It’s always an exciting moment when our team gets to work with Ronny!
In case you missed it, we hosted an in-person Experimentation Meetup at the Statsig office in Bellevue, WA, and got to hear some great anecdotes from Ronny's time at Microsoft, Amazon, and Airbnb. We had such a great time collaborating with Ronny that we decided to double down with a virtual AMA with him and our very own Tim Chan.
Check out the recording below—and if you’re interested in attending one of Ronny’s upcoming online courses use code STATSIGPOWER for $500 off.
A/B testing serves to continually enhance product experiences and foster innovation—a process that is beneficial to all, even designers.
Metrics Explorer promises to redefine how you interact with your metrics by providing more analytics power directly within the Statsig platform.
A lack of “fairness” is called SRM or sample ratio mismatch. For instance, flipping a biased coin that doesn't land on heads and tails equally.
Confining experimentation to UI and website optimization falls short of capturing the remarkable business potential that experimentation can unlock.
Late Friday, August 25, some of our customers started reporting that our Feature Flags were not resolving correctly with the JS SDK on the latest versions of Chrome.
Statsig had the pleasure of partnering with the hosts and founders of the Acquired Podcast to hold the first-ever Product Growth Forum in San Francisco.