Spenser co-founded Amplitude in 2012 to help companies build better products through product analytics. He previously worked as an algorithmic trader at DRW Trading Group and studied Bioengineering at MIT where he won Battlecode, MIT’s largest programming competition, twice.
The average product has thousands of different things you can do in it. Just keeping track of them as a data team is difficult. [...] How people use products... it's not a linear journey where you just go from A to B. You're going to go from A to B to A to C, D to F to something [else]. Each user takes a totally different path, like how you use the Peloton treadmill is different from how I use it and different from their millions of other users.21 December 2021