I’m currently leading a team at Bing called “Whole Page Organization”. We are responsible for a range of features that are displayed in the web search results page. One of the key common threads between the features that we build is that they are centered around understanding heterogeneous data coming from various backend services, and they are intended to add a level of cohesiveness and richness to the experience for our users. We are a very data driven team. Whenever we build a new feature, or make non-trivial changes to an existing feature, we strive to measure and understand the change as deeply as we can. Sometimes, however, we need to make a decision that conflicts with what the data tells us.

 

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    Tim is a software guy. He's been researching and building software since the mid nineties. He's passionate about tech, but thinks of himself as a people person and a collaborator.

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