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Agile software development


Agile software development prioritizes flexibility, collaboration, and rapid delivery. It involves breaking down projects into small, manageable iterations, allowing for continuous feedback and adaptation.



  1. Concept and Inception: Define the project vision and gather a core team to outline initial requirements.
  2. Iterative Development: Short, consistent development cycles (sprints) focus on producing a working product at the end of each iteration.
  3. Feedback and Adaptation: Regular review and adaptation sessions at the end of sprints to refine and adjust priorities based on stakeholder feedback.

Key Benefits


Agile software development is a mindset as much as a methodology, emphasizing flexibility, customer involvement, and continuous improvement. By adopting Agile principles, teams can deliver high-quality software that meets evolving customer needs, fostering a culture of collaboration and adaptability.

Auditing and logging of flag changes

Keeping track of changes made to feature flags for accountability and troubleshooting.

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Canary launch

A canary launch introduces a new feature to a small group of users before a full rollout, aiming to detect and address issues early on, minimizing risks and ensuring a smoother deployment.

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Trunk-based development

A version control strategy where developers commit code to a single branch in the version control system.

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