How Heap Built an Analytics Platform that Auto-Tracks Every Event

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June 13, 2018

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How Heap Built Their Analytics Platform

The story behind Heap's analytics platform

Traditional analytics tools track the events you specify in your code. Heap started because the founders wanted to track everything up front and decide what was important later.
 
When CTO, Dan Robinson, joined the company, it wasn't even clear if the product could actually be built to scale. And that's exactly why he joined.
How did they do it?

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