Project dependency mapping is the process of breaking down and understanding all the ways your organization’s tracking code and platforms connect to each other. For effective project dependency mapping in analytics, we can take a bit of ownership in cross-team communication with our data counterparts. By maintaining a single source of truth, we can eliminate data silos and make the process of scaling an analytics ecosystem easier for everyone involved.
Data drives decisions and growth, and is an important part of the development process - whether we like it or not. Creating standards and best practices around data will save developers time, and ease frustration around implementing analytics. We'll discuss five best practices developers can utilize to integrate analytics implementation and testing processes into their workflow.
Our team at Avo has spent the past several years obsessing over how different companies use data. We’ve all been in the trenches trying to make sense of the data. We know what it’s like to overcome data mistrust. And we have felt the pain of having to unwind the damage caused by poor data practices.We know there has to be a better way. We also know it’s more than a tools problem. It’s also a human problem.That’s why today, we’re introducing The Right Track podcast and community. A place for us to discuss how to build better data cultures. No matter where you are in your data journey, we invite you to be a part of it at therighttrack.avo.app.
Today, we are thrilled to launch Avo for PMs, a guided workflow that cuts out the busywork from your analytics process! Design better data from the start, implement it right the first time and sync it to all of your analytics tools from one place.
We've written a lot about best practices around data management and tracking plans, so we figured it was time to show you all how tracking plans work here at Avo. Here's how we go from pre-release planning to post-release success by dogfooding our own product.
Spending hours going back and forth with your data team and fellow developers probably isn't how you want to spend your day. But, too often, the feedback cycle around analytics feels like a snake eating its own tail. The good news is developers can help stop the chaos. Here's how.
The future of tech calls us to think more holistically, sustainably, collaboratively, and quantitatively. No one represents this (at least, in our book) as well as our inspiring Co-founder and CEO Stefania Olafsdottir. Here are three myths and a truth from Stefania to help the current and next generation of founders build great things.
Being an app developer I always liked how easy it is to add crash collection to my apps, but after switching to library development I’ve found myself in an opposite situation. How do I track and analyse crashes in my library?
We've launched a new feature that allows for auto-publishing to Amplitude, Mixpanel, Segment, and Webhooks each time a branch is merged. This helps you seamlessly create a single source of data truth and foster better collaboration across teams in your product organization. If you need help along the way, know Avo is ready to partner with you on your journey to good analytics governance.
Bad data doesn't just waste your time, it can cost you money and get in the way of making the best product decisions possible. But good data doesn't just happen all on its own. To ensure you get the most out of your data, you need to follow these six tracking plan best practices.
Data is a powerful thing. But it needs your help to do good. Without the right mindset, your data might be more confusing than it is convincing. Luckily, we rounded up some great advice from Geckoboard CEO Paul Joyce to help you bring your data back from the dark side.
We talk a lot about how to create a great tracking plan. But what happens when you need to update an existing plan after your product launches? Here are some tips for revising your tracking plan to capture all the data you didn't know you needed (without breaking anything).
You know that the secret to stellar data is a best-in-class tracking plan--but what if your leadership hasn't seen the light? Check out our latest to find out how you can get everyone in your organization excited about, and invested in, your tracking plan.
Why work harder when you can work smarter and faster? Here are nine of our favorite tracking plan templates to help you get up and running with good, clean data ASAP.
Your post-release hours should be spent celebrating and looking toward the future, not untangling a messy pile of data. To reach data this nirvana, instead of getting stuck in data purgatory, you need to choose the right events and properties. Here's how.
Which sounds more enjoyable: Planning how you'll gather all your data or getting to use it to build a great product? If you're like us, the latter. So we designed our Ultimate Tracking Plan Template to help you save time planning and get to using your data faster.
Today we open our code style to the public. Please share your ideas of new items to add to the guide in the issues section!
Doodle is the simplest way to schedule meetings with clients, colleagues, or teams. Despite an engineering-heavy culture, Doodle chose to buy Avo, rather than build their own solution. Read on to find out more.
As an Engineering Manager at Rappi, I’m in charge of managing a cross-functional team made up of Android, iOS and backend engineers that are focused on developing and maintaining features that our end user perceives. My role is to take them from ideation and concept phases to testing and production, while remaining involved form a hands-on technical perspective.
Termius is the SSH client that works on desktop and mobile. It provides software engineers with a complete command-line interface (CLI) accessible on any device, allowing system administrators and network engineers to access their terminal from anywhere. It’s used by over 45,000 engineers daily, and is famously installed on Steve Wozniac’s iPhone.
Patreon is an international platform used by artists ranging from writers to musicians, gaming creators, and Youtube content creators. It provides membership tools for artists that help them obtain funding from their fans, or patrons, and to make a sustainable and predictable living off of their creative output.
Teatime Games is reinventing social games for the next generation of mobile players. With a focus on iOS and Android, the team is developing a live platform technology that supports a new type of highly personal, face-to-face gaming experiences, where players can see the reactions of the people they are playing with.