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I answer questions I find on Quora or Reddit or that get submitted by our listeners. dataSmarts specializes in helping small and medium sized businesses find value in data and analytics. The podcast is designed to help you take advantage of the insights that can be derived out of data analytics and software development. ​ Whether you are just getting started or working on something more advanced, dataSmarts is passionate about helping you turn data into information.

I answer questions I find on Quora or Reddit or that get submitted by our listeners. dataSmarts specializes in helping small and medium sized businesses find value in data and analytics. The podcast is designed to help you take advantage of the insights that can be derived out of data analytics and software development. ​ Whether you are just getting started or working on something more advanced, dataSmarts is passionate about helping you turn data into information.
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United States

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I answer questions I find on Quora or Reddit or that get submitted by our listeners. dataSmarts specializes in helping small and medium sized businesses find value in data and analytics. The podcast is designed to help you take advantage of the insights that can be derived out of data analytics and software development. ​ Whether you are just getting started or working on something more advanced, dataSmarts is passionate about helping you turn data into information.

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@datasmarts

Language:

English


Episodes

Introduction to DeviceID or Mobile Targeting

3/29/2019
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In this episode I will explain the basics of deviceid targeting. The pervasiveness of app downloads has given rise to a black market of sorts for the collection and reselling of mobile data. This data is collected through your apps on your phone and sent off to aggregators to then be sold to marketing and ad agencies for targeting. It is half brilliant and half creepy. This audio is taken from a video I did a few months back but I thought I would repurpose it here for those of you that...

Duration:00:11:15

Minimum Viable Everything: A Product Development Approach to All Things

3/26/2019
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In this episode I talk about how I try to apply the approach I take in product development to other, non-software related, tasks. The whole premise of the approach is to consider and be very intentional about what the minimum body of work is necessary before you can receive feedback on it. Ideally you seek feedback before investing unneeded time and energy into a task. This allows you to pivot into a different approach, if needed, without becoming overly invested and also produces far...

Duration:00:09:11

Quora and Reddit Questions (what about NPS, the hardest skill to learn and more)

3/4/2019
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I checked Quora and Reddit for some questions pertaining to product development and SaaS offerings. Here is what I found: What is the hardest skill to teach in software engineering? What are my thoughts on the NPS metric? How involved should your customers be in product decisions? Visit us at www.datasmarts.co

Duration:00:13:05