Project Management, Development, and Analytics

Note: this article is relevant for you if you have ever, or are likely to participate in a bigger project that includes building the platform as well as deploying Analytics, Target, Audience Management, or similar tools. I think it is relevant for developers as well as project managers. Often, we Analytics people are tasked with …

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Dynamic Variables – still a thing?

In April 2013, I wrote about "Dynamic Variables", a mechanism that helps remove duplication in the tracking URLs, making the tracking requests potentially shorter. Even at the time, the original reason for doing so was no longer a show stopper: Internet Explorer up to version 9 had the annoying habit of not requesting any URLs …

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Data Quality & Testing – Some Thoughts from Others

I want to share two articles with you that I felt nicely threw spotlights on testing. The first one, called TDD & "Professionalism" (I love that title!) by Jason Gorman, builds a Venn diagram based on 4 values, or 4 corner stones of what the author calls "professional". A "professional" "doesn't ship untested code", "doesn't …

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