Keynote: Moving fast, breaking things, and fixing them as quickly as possible

20 Nov 2021
09:10 - 09:40
Keynote Room

Keynote: Moving fast, breaking things, and fixing them as quickly as possible

Lukas Vermeer – Director of Experimentation @ Vista

1 minute video preview

Karolina – CRO specialist, feedback through our #CH2021 attendee survey:

Won’t stop bothering my developers with feature toggles now, amazing content



This is the link to the live notes of Lukas his talk

Questions asked by attendees through our #CH2021 app:

  • You present Toggles as something we should draw attention to towards development? But doesn’t development already know this method? And if so, why didn’t they tell us 🙂
  • is lucky to have a lot of traffic, where enough data can be gathered in a couple of sec. How to deal with this for sites that have less traffic?
  • How fast is a circuit breaker set-up in detecting visual errors?
  • Do you also not correct for using multiple metrics? Like holm bonferoni correction for instance
  • How do you determine acceptable risk?
  • Does it make sense to use toggles in smaller organizations?
  • Is the circuit breaker a sort of QA on steroids?
  • How did you convince your IT department to do all of this, because this could be shockingly different of what they’re used to?
  • Can you implement a toggle and continuely change the code inside the toggle?

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