Meet up

LJC: Monitoring Digital Experience to Determine Feature Effectiveness

Tuesday, 11th October, Online Meetup

This meetup was organised by LJC: London Java Community in October 2022


About this event Building beloved user applications is a challenging yet rewarding pursuit for us working in technology today. While monitoring can be added to both frontend and backend components to generate metrics, it is often added as an afterthought in building applications for users within organisations. Instead, we rely on anecdotal discussions and review feedback that, for many reasons, can leave us with an incomplete or accurate picture of the adoption of the software we build.

In this talk, I will use my experience building applications in investment banking to discuss why obtaining long-term feedback on feature adoption can be difficult to validate. We will also outline how real user monitoring and performance capabilities in tools such as Elastic User Experience, Java APM agent or other RUM collectors can help you quantify user experience satisfaction and adoption to ensure we are providing effective experiences for users.

Speaker Bio

Carly is an incoming Developer Advocate at Elastic. Prior to this she spent over 10 years working at a large investment bank, specialising in Frontend Web development and agility. Outside of work she is an agile evangelist, UI enthusiast, regular blogger on her personal site and Medium and avid tea drinker.

This event is organised by RecWorks on behalf of the London Java Community.

The London Java Community is sponsored by Jfrog, Sonatype, Snyk, Octopus Deploy and Payara

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