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So what's all the fuss about? In this session, we would like to introduce you to hands on A/B Experimentation - a topic we deeply love & enjoy.
We're going to walk you through the basics of A/B Testing - when should it be used, how long should you run a test for, how to set up a test, how to interpret the results, best practices & some handy online tools.
Like most experimentation, A/B Testing is also purely based on statistics & in this session we would just touch the surface of it without going into too many details.
The attendees will hunt down experiments on a popular website working in groups & in the end of this session they will present hypothesis & success measurement metrics.
Who should attend:
Product Managers & Designers
Researchers & Developers
Anyone looking to build a career in Tech
Anyone interested in how data correlates to user behavior & business impact
You can arrive at the venue & short introductions
Basics of A/B Experimentation
Hunt down Experiments
Generate Hypothesis with metrics
Present your experiments with metrics
Wrap up, round of feedback
Basic principles of A/B Testing
Designing an A/B test - define the hypothesis, runtime & metrics
Interpreting the results
Meet the Speaker: Saurav Roy
Saurav is passionate about building things from scratch & transforming his ideas into useful products. He is currently a Payment Product Manager at Booking.com.
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