17 February 2020
John Kodumal's Effective Feature Management, though obviously written for the purpose of selling the product his company makes, nevertheless makes a good argument for the use of feature flagging in software development. It's something I've used personally for a number of years, and it is really nice to be able to release code and then have operations turn on features for groups of users as they're ready. It doesn't make sense for all features though, and definitely not when there's a small user base! If you're unfamiliar with feature flagging in your code, then I can recommend this book as a good introduction. I was definitely not convinced to buy their product though!
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