Driving scale by optimizing experimentation and developer experience
When it comes to scaling up, time is everything, and it feels like there’s never enough. Implementing a solid culture of experimentation can deliver the right balance between speed and standardization needed to optimize growth. Our latest guest on Level-Up is Daniel Gebler, the Founder & CTO at Picnic. He discusses how he built a culture of experimentation that enabled him to scale Picnic from an idea to over 3,000 employees and how the culture continues to drive growth by optimizing the developer experience.
"The improvement in quality across our entire engineering system in less than a year on OpsLevel is already immense"
David de Regt – Senior Director, Foundations Engineering at Outreach
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