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The Surprising Complexities of Building Audit Logs

Audit logs are a feature that every enterprise customer wants in all of their products. Customers need to know who changed which settings and at what time. They need to know when someone creates a user account in their company’s instance of the product, who accessed what data, and more.…

Joy Ebertz
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Features

Kill Your Code Freeze Before Next Holiday Season

With Halloween behind us and the holiday shopping season officially kicked off, we all know what that means: code freezes! If you’re an engineering or product leader, you know that also means the annual code freeze is upon us. It’s very common for engineering teams to start a code freeze…

Talia Nassi, Joy Ebertz, Pato Echague, Pierre-Alexandre Masse
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Features

4 Signs Experimentation Should be Your Top Priority

Product experimentation is becoming increasingly relevant in today’s data-driven world. Teams are continuously experimenting with different versions of their features and products to increase understanding of their user experience and increase the developers’ ability to improve upon it. This can translate to more items in a customer’s cart, more time…

Talia Nassi
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Features

Deliver World-Class Experiences with FullStory and Split

We all know a good digital experience from a bad one. Great digital experiences make our lives easier, and negative experiences drive us, and our business, elsewhere. What many users don’t realize is how difficult it is for product and engineering teams to know that the features they’re building will…

Carol Jang
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Features, Industry Trends

The Dos and Don’ts of Feature Flags

Feature flags provide so much for software organizations: they allow teams to separate code deployment from feature release, test in production, run experiments, and more. However, some rules apply to the feature flagging process that are easy for teams to overlook. I’ve gathered the best practices of feature flags from…

Talia Nassi
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Features

Continuous Integration vs. Continuous Delivery vs. Continuous Deployment

Continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment are foundational in today’s agile engineering ecosystem. However, many times they are used interchangeably and often incorrectly. Let’s remove the confusion and settle the differences between continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment. What is Continuous Integration? Continuous integration happens when developers regularly…

Talia Nassi
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Features

Join Your Product and Feature Data to Maximize Impact with Amplitude and Split

Product teams today are not only tasked with delivering new features but also delighting their customers with the right features. Whether crafting a vision for the product roadmap or experimenting with how a new feature should work, feature flags and data are crucial to success. At Split and Amplitude, we…

Karn Khunger
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Features, Infra

A Simple Guide to A/B Testing

Product experimentation is the most effective way to determine what works best for end-users. You can measure engagement with a feature and hypothesize ways to improve that engagement, which will ultimately impact one or more critical business metrics. If you’re setting up an experiment, it’s mission-critical to implement A/B testing…

Talia Nassi
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Features, Industry Trends

To Canary Release, or Not To Canary Release?

With feature flags, you can control the percentage allocation of users you want to be exposed to a specific feature. This process provides risk mitigation and confirms both usability and scalability. Canary releases, or controlled rollouts, serve as an added layer of protection in case something goes wrong.  What is…

Talia Nassi

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