Product Experimentation Breakfast in Amsterdam

Mitigating risk in your development cycle and getting control over feature releases

How to Create Powerful Feature Flags to Fuel Product Experimentation

Forward thinking product & engineering teams look for innovative ways to meet key business metrics like increasing feature adoption, driving user retention, and mitigating risks by using feature flags and doing controlled feature rollouts.

Join us for a breakfast session and learn how to strategically create feature flags in multiple development environments and roll them out to a subset of your customers.

Key topics to be discussed: See the agenda below.

  • Possibilities feature flags open up for your team and your business
  • How to use best practices of visibility and accountability to align those different flags into a cohesive feature flagging system
  • How you can, – in your current development cycle – improve the internal and external experiences with modern software development concepts

You'll walk away with actionable tactics for your product development teams to quickly apply and see impact.

Register for the event on Thursday 23 January

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09:00 - 09:30: Registration & Welcome

09:30 - 10:15: How to Create Powerful Feature Flags to Fuel Product Experimentation
Presented by Justina Nguyen, Developer Evangelist Lead at Optimizely

10:15 - 10:30: Coffee break and networking

10:30 - 11:00: Panel: Hear from Vishal Singh, Product Manager at Temper about their experimentation practice and product developement process

11:00 - 11:30: Networking

Event Details

Date: Thursday 23rd January, 2020
Time: 09:00 - 11:30
Location: Optimizely offices
Address: Nes 76, 1012 KE Amsterdam


Justina is the Developer Evangelist Lead at Optimizely. Prior to joining Optimizely, Justina worked at Dashbot as a developer evangelist, where she educated people on analytics for conversational interfaces. She studied Business at U.C. Berkeley, Haas School of Business and is passionate about data visualization and pizza, occasionally both at the same time.

Justina Nguyen

Developer EvangelistOptimizely


Vishal Singh

Product ManagerTemper