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Hey friends,
In this Experimental Mind newsletter 5 articles, 18 job opportunities and 9 events. As always: everything is handpicked and in one easy digestible email, so you can focus on running your experiments. Enjoy.

📰 What I've been reading this week
1. Interpreting A/B test results: false positives and statistical significance
3. Designing experiments with new ways of working
John Cutler’s advice:
John Cutler
Unless your experiment with new ways of working is *mostly* to the left, there is a high likelihood it will fail

If it "works", then you'll have some leverage.

The next experiment is trying to make it stick https://t.co/3K04shytLY
🚀 Job opportunities
This week’s featured jobs: 
Or have a look at the 13 other opportunities on the job board.
📅 Upcoming events
💬 Quote of the week
“Progress is more important than perfection.” — Simon Sinek
😉 Fun of the week
What if companies/Apps decided to sell you cookies? Yassine Chouk imagined the results for you.
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🔁 Any feedback?
🙏 Thanks for reading
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Have a great week — and keep experimenting.
Kevin
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