Three of Our Key Takeaways from the Forrester Report on Feature Management and Experimentation

They decrease stress around pushing out new features—it’s no longer necessary to put development teams through midnight releases and “merge hell.”. Branching strategies originally devised to improve delivery speed only end up slowing it down, as long-lived feature branches accumulate technical debt over time that needs correction when it’s time to merge. This keeps all […]

They decrease stress around pushing out new features—it’s no longer necessary to put development teams through midnight releases and “merge hell.”. Branching strategies originally devised to improve delivery speed only end up slowing it down, as long-lived feature branches accumulate technical debt over time that needs correction when it’s time to merge. This keeps all code current with other features being developed, and avoids unexpected conflicts when merging long-lived feature branches back into main.
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