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  • 1. We visualized We sawWe changed
  • 2. Ville Svärd ville.svard@agical.com @villesvConsultant, programmer, architect, tester, ... Stockholm, Sweden Curiosity, feedback, appreciation
  • 3. A talk aboutFeedback and ?
  • 4. Three chapters A story A toolObservations and benefits
  • 5. A story of monitoring
  • 6. Is your team performing?
  • 7. How about your product?
  • 8. How will you know?
  • 9. Once upon a time at
  • 10. We had a problem
  • 11. Blunt tools
  • 12. A hero emerges
  • 13. Graphite Set up Collect Presto!
  • 14. Water cooler effect an immediate side effect
  • 15. Out of the darkness
  • 16. And so it went on
  • 17. Lone heroes are a myth Tools Environment Team
  • 18. A tool
  • 19. Graphite
  • 20. "getting the data in"
  • 21. "Hello metric" (Python)import timeimport socketdef collect_metric(name, value, timestamp): sock = socket.socket() sock.connect( ("localhost", 2003) ) sock.send("%s %d %dn" % (name, value, timestamp)) sock.close()def now(): int(time.time())collect_metric("meaning.of.life", 42, now())
  • 22. "Hello metric" (Clojure)(import [java.net Socket] [java.io PrintWriter]))(defn write-metric [name value timestamp] (with-open [socket (Socket. "localhost" 2003) os (.getOutputStream socket)] (binding [*out* (PrintWriter. os)] (println name value timestamp))))(defn now [] (int (/ (System/currentTimeMillis) 1000)))(write-metric "meaning.of.life" 42 (now))
  • 23. [ demo time ]
  • 24. "making sense"
  • 25. Instant availability
  • 26. Sharing is caring... your data
  • 27. Data retention
  • 28. Observations
  • 29. Thirst for knowledge
  • 30. Familiarity with (odd) behaviour
  • 31. Increased confidence
  • 32. Influence on design
  • 33. A tool for testing
  • 34. Starting early
  • 35. Collaborative benefits Nurturing conversation with data
  • 36. The water cooler effect Graphs attract audience Natural talking matter
  • 37. The team Curing blindnessMaking better decisions
  • 38. Stakeholders Ooooh what is that?Shared understanding of the "technical" domain Shared language Is it quite ready yet? This looks different than before...
  • 39. ManagersInformation as leverage
  • 40. Feedback Behaviour Language Perception
  • 41. Get to know your application today
  • 42. Attributions ImagesBig Brother Noc Concerns Blunt tools Gather round Thirst Confidence Behaviour Design Testing Start monitoring Demo Time Thanks The team at Entraction (IGT) Mårten Gustafson Leonard Axelsson

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