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Joy Ebertz

Joy is a Principal Software Engineer at Split, leading our backend team from a technical perspective. Prior to Split, she worked at Box. At both Split and Box, she has lead efforts around splitting monoliths into microservices, revamping authentication and authorization frameworks, creating REST API standards, audit logging and more. In addition to designing software and writing code, she also maintains a blog: In her free time, she does a lot of traveling, reading, and running ridiculously long distances (mostly on trails).

Splitting a Monolith With Feature Flags

Learn how feature flags simplify splitting a monolith.

How Feature Flags Can Improve Your Logging

Learn how feature flags can help you improve your logging strategy.

Parity Testing With Feature Flags

Feature Parity Testing is a great way to identify forgotten features or find broken edge cases. Learn how to set up these tests using feature flags.

5 Advanced Feature Flag Use Cases

What’s not to love about feature toggles? Learn these advanced methods of feature flagging to help accelerate the software development process and more.

Five Useful Things You Can Do With Feature Flags

If you’re new to feature flags, then you might be exploring what they can do for you. The good news is that you’re in the right place.

Why DEI?

Around a year and a half ago, Split kicked off our DEI Taskforce. Our goal was to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Learning the Science and Art of Effective REST API Design

Making RESTful APIs usable and extensible takes some planning. Following a handful of best practices makes this process much more manageable.

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… Read more

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!