(aka: the URL is ok like that) In the context of ageing of technical information, obsolete blog articles, and "updating for success"[tm], this is a follow up to the 2013 article Data Centres, which really is out of date by now. It extends and partly supersedes other articles, such as Debugging - the URL, or … Continue reading Edge Nodes, Data Centres & other Updates
Our industry is young. So much so that almost no one I work with has any sort of education in it. We all came in sideways, often accidentally. So when Randy Floyd Jr commented on my last article, and my (mild) impostor syndrome went "what? seriously?" I decided to explain how I got to where … Continue reading Of Shoulders and Giants
This is my view on how SaaS consultants should work, formulated as a bunch of principles in the style of the Agile Manifesto. I like the style, because it recognises that all work happens on a spectrum, and that good work can come from knowing the broad direction, or which way to go when in … Continue reading A Manifesto for Analytics and Optimisation Consultants
When the Space Transportation System (STS, vulgo "Space Shuttle") was first planned and NASA campaigned for it, cost reduction was a — if not the — main driver. The goal, as presented by NASA to Congress, was to provide a much less-expensive means of access to space that would be used by NASA, the Department … Continue reading Analytics Project vs Space Shuttle
I think I can safely say I speak for all of us when I say this: the first time I heard about Launch playing a role in the deployment of Experience Cloud applications on mobile, I immediately thought "tag management! On mobile! I wonder how far it goes!" Ever since, I have wondered how much … Continue reading Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs – What changes need an app update?
We're interrupting our normal schedule this week to bring you some fresh thoughts about someone else's fresh thoughts! Tim Wilson, who could run a workshop with a cardboard box instead of a working laptop (I've seen it), posted the results of a thought experiment last week: 50 Things I Believe About Analytics There is so … Continue reading Most of those 50 things, I believe, too
So this post is technical, but it answers a common question or demand: how can I be notified when someone makes or publishes changes in Launch? DTM used to have emails... The answer is, that as of March 25, email notifications for publish are on the road map for Launch, so there's nothing built-in right … Continue reading Using Audit Events in Launch
This is a guest post written by @ursboller. It's a companion to his session at the Adobe virtual Summit 2020: A Minimalistic approach for more insights. With Adobe Analytics implemented on a website there is almost nothing you can't measure. Basically every user interaction or app behaviour can be tracked using different codes with Launch, … Continue reading Minimalistic approach for more insights