Picnic at The Next Web Conference
Co-sponsor of the T500
Picnic Sessions at TNW Conference
Maintaining an accessible app with new feature implementations
Lars Lockefeer, Tech Lead, Picnic | Thursday 13:30 - 14:00
At Picnic we’re constantly working towards replacing the traditional grocery shopping experience with a digital alternative. This comes with a unique set of challenges that have never been tackled before. Keeping the Picnic-app accessible is an everlasting challenge. Every newly added feature or improvement requires a design with accessibility in mind.is an everlasting challenge. Every newly added feature or improvement requires a design with accessibility in mind.
Using Growth Hacking for enormous growth
Ruben Vermijs, Marketing lead | Thursday 14:10 - 14:40
Picnic makes grocery shopping simple, fun and affordable for everyone. We created our shopping app and assortment together with our customers. How do we ensure that first-time visitors quickly become loyal fans while growing 500% within a year? In order to get to the optimal customer journey, you need to be able to communicate with the right tone of voice. At Picnic, the data is used to determine what to show to the customers. Using A/B split testing, the optimized customer flow can be obtained. Iterations that never stop.
IoT enabled smart, safe, and sustainable e-distribution
Daniel Gebler, CTO | Friday 15:00 - 15:30
Picnic is the world’s fastest growing online supermarket that makes grocery shopping simple, fun, and affordable for everyone. We will provide a look behind the scenes of our smart planning algorithm that broke world records of the famous traveling salesman problem.
In this session we will make a deep-dive into machine-learning driven logistics and discuss the core architecture and design of our distribution platform.
From Big Data to Right Data – How Picnic became the Supermarket in your Pocket
Iliana Iankoulova, Data Engineering Lead | Friday 15:40 - 16:10
Started as mobile-first venture we are now transitioning to a true AI-first company where all innovations and operations are powered by our machine learning core engine.
In this session we provide a look behind the scenes how right data and small data replaces big data and ubiquitous data. We will show you how small data provides clues that lead to huge trends.
Picnic Innovation – Think. Dare. Do.
Daniel Gebler, CTO | Friday 11:40 - 12:10
Picnic is the world’s fastest growing online supermarket that makes grocery shopping simple, fun, and affordable for everyone. We launched in 2015 after building the platform in stealth-mode with 30 engineers. Then things quickly came together: 2015 challenger award, 2016 best start-up award, 2017 most innovative company award. In this session we will discuss how our innovation-first culture drives all engineering and unlocks further exponentially growth.
How To Run Picnic On Your Computer
When you join a new company, you’re often interested in how quickly you can get up-to-speed. At Picnic, you can be fully functional within the very first day. You can even commit your first code on the first day. Having the ability to run the development environment quickly is a big part of this. Read more...
Creating A Flexible Onboarding Flow (When GIFs Fail You)
Picnic is about creating a delightful shopping trip experience for our users. With that in mind, we noticed that our current onboarding flow wasn’t delivering delight to the extent that we’d like. Read more...
Achieving Fully-Automated Data Processing With Pentaho Data Integration
Kay van Mourik
Any data-driven organisation will inevitably rely on multiple data processing jobs. These processes are used for operational data loads, but also for analytical purposes such as business intelligence and reporting. Read more...