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Agile Feature Driven Development (FDD) – A cheats guide
Agile Feature Driven Development (FDD) - A cheats guide In Agile methodology, Feature Driven Development (FDD) is an iterative and incremental framework designed around focusing on feature development in 2 week sprints.This sounds like scrum? Yes, it is related but in...
A consolidated home view
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Reducing risk with dark blue-green releases
Got something big to release? Jittery knees? Not sure how the system or the public will react? Gradual rollouts can be your friend and they can be easier than you'd expect. Risk reduction If there is one thing that can kill a companies' reputation, thats a poor...
Beta testing with feature flags
Why Beta? Betas are an important approach to ensuring you release the right stuff to your customers. Betas are usually pre-released to a subset of customers, they should involve a feedback mechanism of some sort (whether direct or implied through analytics) and are...
Enabling a CD pipeline with feature toggles
Continuous delivery is a software practice which enables you to get tour software to customers in small, quick increments. It is a core part of lean and, to some extent, agile methodologies (rapid rather than continuous for agile). There are many benefits to this but...
A step by step guide for migrating to feature flags in your application
It really is pretty simple to start using featureflow if an application. If you're deciding how hard it is and whether you can make that switch, read on. 1. Try the 5 minute quick starts If your a developer, see how easy it is for yourself - sign up for a free trial...
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