Topic: feature flag

How statistics can lead to a successful experiment

It’s human nature to want things to go your way; dropping little hints for your birthday presents, avoiding certain topics, even companies commissioning surveys tailored to provide results they want has been well documented. But on a more basic level, we subconsciously (and sometimes consciously) will try to influence variables to provide the results we … continue reading

Process drives better feature flag management

Feature experimentation platforms make feature flagging easier to do and easier to manage, but even the greatest tools don’t contain all the DNA an organization needs to succeed. Without a process in place, developers, product managers, and even salespeople may be able to turn flags on and off at will, which may not be the … continue reading

Speed releases with feature flags

Feature experimentation platforms can help organizations deliver software faster because they are aware of expected and unexpected feature-related behavior sooner. As organizations continue to accelerate their release cycles, they continue to ship ever smaller amounts of code that should be experimented with, individually.  “It’s the next obvious step in continuous delivery [because] continuous delivery is … continue reading

Waving the flag for feature experimentation

Digital transformation is making companies more software-dependent than they’ve ever been. As analog products become digital and manual processes are superseded by their automated or machine-assisted equivalents, organizations are building more apps at the core and edge to compete more effectively. One way of hedging bets in an organization’s favor is using feature flagging to … continue reading

Flagging new software features

Decisions, decisions. That’s what attendees said their organizations were struggling with, at the inaugural DECISIONS conference, put on by software experimentation platform provider Split.io in San Francisco last week. Many organizations today find themselves with a mix of senior employees, who have years of institutional knowledge and understanding of their market, and younger workers who … continue reading

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