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We visualized, we saw, we changed

  1. 1. We visualized We sawWe changed
  2. 2. Ville Svärd ville.svard@agical.com @villesvConsultant, programmer, architect, tester, ... Stockholm, Sweden Curiosity, feedback, appreciation
  3. 3. A talk aboutFeedback and ?
  4. 4. Three chapters A story A toolObservations and benefits
  5. 5. A story of monitoring
  6. 6. Is your team performing?
  7. 7. How about your product?
  8. 8. How will you know?
  9. 9. Once upon a time at
  10. 10. We had a problem
  11. 11. Blunt tools
  12. 12. A hero emerges
  13. 13. Graphite Set up Collect Presto!
  14. 14. Water cooler effect an immediate side effect
  15. 15. Out of the darkness
  16. 16. And so it went on
  17. 17. Lone heroes are a myth Tools Environment Team
  18. 18. A tool
  19. 19. Graphite
  20. 20. "getting the data in"
  21. 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. 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. 23. [ demo time ]
  24. 24. "making sense"
  25. 25. Instant availability
  26. 26. Sharing is caring... your data
  27. 27. Data retention
  28. 28. Observations
  29. 29. Thirst for knowledge
  30. 30. Familiarity with (odd) behaviour
  31. 31. Increased confidence
  32. 32. Influence on design
  33. 33. A tool for testing
  34. 34. Starting early
  35. 35. Collaborative benefits Nurturing conversation with data
  36. 36. The water cooler effect Graphs attract audience Natural talking matter
  37. 37. The team Curing blindnessMaking better decisions
  38. 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. 39. ManagersInformation as leverage
  40. 40. Feedback Behaviour Language Perception
  41. 41. Get to know your application today
  42. 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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