9th February 2016
The Hall, NAB building
Level 3, 700 Bourke St
James is a senior developer working on BugHerd. He's also worked on projects for Singapore Airlines, Nikon, Qantas, The University of Melbourne, Business Victoria and Deakin University.
This talk will discuss the benefits of Hypothesis Driven Development and how traditional research techniques can be utilised at a delivery level.
We'll discuss each step involved in implementing Hypothesis Driven Development, from constructing a well crafted hypothesis to techniques for visualising your experiments & how some of the most important learnings can be taken from failed experiments. What will you get out of this?
- The aim is for attendees to walk away with some serious statistical ammunition for implementing their next hypothesis in the Build > Measure > Learn loop
- How falsifiable hypotheses can contribute to well evolved product roadmaps