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Pato Echague

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Split adds SOC 2 Type 2 Certification to its Intelligent Security Framework

Providing an always-on and highly secure feature flagging and experimentation platform is core to making product decisions with Split. From the beginning, we have designed and built our infrastructure and practices with security and reliability as a top priority and are excited to validate this with SOC 2 Type 2 certification.

Pato Echague
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Why an SRE should be among your first 15 hires

As an engineering organization begins to scale, the focus on a sound production environment becomes more important. Learn more about the SRE role and why it should be fitted in earlier into your hiring plan.

Pato Echague
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Why Quality Automation Engineer should be among your first 10 hires

At Split, our first hire was a Quality Automation (QA) Engineer. It would be an understatement to call it unusual. I’ve yet to see another company that has done this. However, it is one of the best decisions we have ever made.

Pato Echague
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Power Feature Flags In The Tools You Use Today

Today, we are happy to announce that the Split API now spans the full surface area of Split product functionality, including full management of feature flags (i.e. “Splits”). Via the Split API, you can now write code to programmatically create, modify, kill, or delete a Split. Or, go even deeper,…

Pato Echague
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Slack Integration Enhancements to Split

Building products and creating new features are a team sport. Split promotes collaboration through a wide set of integrations. With corporate chat rooms becoming a mainstay in more and more organizations, integrating with industry leading collaboration tools like Hipchat and Slack was a no brainer for us. We released the Split…

Pato Echague
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Improving Version Targeting with Split’s Regex Matchers and Feature Flags

In this blog post, we walk through an example of how each customer can be given a different experience depending on the version of product they have installed. While the driving example was Split’s own SDKs, the example is equally relevant to mobile application developers juggling with older versions of their installed apps.

Pato Echague
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Founding Moments: Split Raises an $8 Million Series A

Our mission at Split is to give companies control over their users’ experience. Software is behind every modern customer interaction, yet today’s companies can neither deliver software fast enough nor adequately measure the impact of these new features on their users. Split changes that.

Adil Aijaz, Pato Echague, Trevor Stuart
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Testing and Local Development Using Split’s Off-the-Grid Mode

This blog post will try to shine some light on the recently added support for local development as well as how to integrate Split into your continuous build and unit testing. We’ll walk you through the creation of a demo app and how to run unit tests with Split by…

Pato Echague
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Using Split for Quick and Easy Java Feature Flags

For developers building on the Java stack, integrating with Split is easy. We created our SDK with two main goals: simplicity and performance: so much so that it takes only three steps to get up and running, and the overhead of using Split from within your Java code only adds a few microseconds of latency.

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