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From Mechanical to Software Engineer: How I/Own It Gave Me a New Purpose as an Engineer

For the fifth year, we are partnering with Galvanize to host I/Own It, a boot camp scholarship and internship program for individuals underrepresented in the tech community. If you’re looking for a new opportunity in 2021, please consider applying! The deadline for 2021 program applications is October 18, 2020. Read on to learn more about […]

All the Product Announcements from Opticon20

All the Product Announcements from Opticon20

Opticon20, the leading progress delivery and experimentation conference, kicked off virtually today. This year’s keynote, hosted by Claire Vo, Optimizely’s Chief Product Officer, focused on how companies are adapting their digital strategies rapidly in response to COVID. Claire emphasizes the importance of proactively building and testing experiences that help serve your customers. By doubling down […]

New in Full Stack: Simpler, Unified Progressive Delivery and Experimentation

New in Full Stack: Simpler, Unified Progressive Delivery and Experimentation

  The highlights: The new Decide API replaces 9 APIs with one, single API controlling all feature flag and experiment decisions. A new interface for Full Stack unifies the workflows for feature flagging and experimentation, enabling teams to easily transition features from flags to experiments and back, at any point in the feature delivery lifecycle. […]

Targeted Rollouts: Take Control of Your Release Process

Targeted Rollouts: Take Control of Your Release Process

Software teams increasingly need more control over their release process to mitigate risk and ship faster.  The first step many teams take to reduce risk is adopting feature flags to decouple code deployment from feature enablement. However, while simple boolean (on/off) feature flags can help mitigate risk, elite software teams are embracing progressive delivery. They […]

Optimizely’s Vision for Product Development Teams

Optimizely’s Vision for Product Development Teams

Earlier this week, Optimizely’s Chief Product Officer Claire Vo and Jon Noronha, our VP of Product Management, presented via a live webinar on Optimizely’s vision for product development teams and previewed our upcoming roadmap.  They explained how product development teams need to be able to balance velocity with proving value. Here are some of the […]

Introducing Optimizely Agent: Scale Feature Delivery and Testing Across Service-Oriented Architectures

Introducing Optimizely Agent: Scale Feature Delivery and Testing Across Service-Oriented Architectures

A future-proof way to deploy Full Stack and Rollouts as microservices in your stack  Faster implementation of feature flagging and A/B testing across all of your teams Easier maintenance and monitoring with a single installation point Ensure governance and security with a consistent implementation across teams There is a big gap between building the “Hello […]

Change history helps you keep track of your feature flags and experiments

With great power comes great responsibility Feature flagging (also known as ‘toggles’) and experimentation are potent tools for product development teams and marketers to drive better outcomes, whether rolling out and testing new features, optimizing customer experiences, or improving marketing funnel performance. It is true, though, that for all the value these techniques provide, they […]

Product experimentation: what’s in it for backend developers? (part 2)

Product experimentation: what’s in it for backend developers? (part 2)

An interview with Ali Rizvi about the value of flagging, gradually rolling out, and experimenting on the features your users can’t always see. Ever wonder how to leverage experimentation as a backend developer? Especially as it applies to features that don’t have a direct impact on your product’s UI? This post is part of a […]