Pete Hodgson on the Future of Feature Flags

Should we do X or Y?’” For software organizations, feature flags mean they can release new application features into production and make them available to specific users without restarting the app or deploying new code. That’s what happened at Knight Capital, an investment company that failed to keep tabs on one of its feature flags […]

Should we do X or Y?’” For software organizations, feature flags mean they can release new application features into production and make them available to specific users without restarting the app or deploying new code. That’s what happened at Knight Capital, an investment company that failed to keep tabs on one of its feature flags it deployed years earlier, accidentally triggering half a billion dollars in trading losses. So, what better person to bring on the DevOps Radio podcast than Pete Hodgson, a British-born independent software delivery consultant who specializes in helping startup teams improve their engineering practices and technical architecture.
Source: CloudBees