Imagine you’re a few weeks out from a new feature release when you find out it was accidentally pushed live to all your users in a testing mishap. Worse, there are still a few bugs you haven’t been able to work out, which your entire userbase is now subjected to.


When releasing a new feature, we recommend that you never roll it out to your entire user base at once. Instead, it’s considered a best practice to roll out the new feature to segments of users at a time. …


The Craft of Open Source — Grafana

Looking for observability dashboards that have the right balance between looking good, easy to use, powerful, and intuitive? Ben Rometsch has a web application just for you. In this episode, he sits down with the creator and project lead of Grafana, Torkel Ödegaard, to talk about how he started the…


Have you ever thought that there is likely a more effective way to use feature flags? There are some best practices for feature flags that new and veteran users alike should be aware of. Leveraging these best practices will help you get the most out of your feature flags. …


Use feature flags and smaller pull requests to release code safely in any git branching model

Git has changed how software engineering teams work since 2008, mainly with the start of GitHub. Before a Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) like Git, CVS and SVN were the central VCS choices for development teams.

Git made it very easy to work with a branching workflow as it is…


Today’s developers (and users) work quickly. We’re accustomed to instant gratification, so much so that meeting user expectations for improvements and updates can begin to feel impossible. …


New Relic + Flagsmith logos

New Relic provides visibility for software engineers into their tech stack. With New Relic, engineers can monitor, analyze, troubleshoot, and optimize their software from one interface. New Relic makes it easier for engineers to develop incredible software.

Flagsmith also makes it easier for engineers to develop incredible software by enabling…


AppDynamics and Flagsmith logos

For organizations with expansive tech stacks, it can be difficult to track everything across platforms.


A step-by-step tutorial for updating your application using Remote Config. With feature flags, we can turn a feature on or off without the need to deploy. In addition to that, with a remote config, we can add and remove things within a feature that helps us exploit the true power…


One of the biggest reasons companies come to us to adopt feature flags is because they are moving from a monolith to a microservice architecture. While this makes sense for tons of companies, we find ourselves moving in the other direction to better support them. …

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