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How to Include Non-Technical Users in Feature Management

Dev and Ops teams use feature flags to safely separate code deployments from feature releases. This allows them to ship code when ready, and then control when they expose new features to users. As more software development teams adopt this best practice, their colleagues from Product, Marketing, and other business and growth functions are becoming involved with feature release processes. Join our discussion about how adopting a flag-first mentality can help everyone in an organization collaborate more effectively and ultimately have more successful launches. You’ll also learn about: *Cultural and organizational changes to consider when adopting feature flags *Uses for non-technical users—dark launches, AB testing, betas, scheduled releases, entitlements, customer feedback, and up-sells among other things *Feature flagging best practices for cross-functional teams that work together Panelists: Aaron Chambers, Senior Software Engineer at Phorest Emily Voigtlander, Product Manager at Seesaw Sachin Agarwal, Principal Product Manager at LaunchDarkly #launchdarkly #featureflags Subscribe to LaunchDarkly: Learn more about LaunchDarkly: Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: About LaunchDarkly: Feature management allows development teams to innovate faster by fundamentally transforming how software is delivered to customers. With the ability to gradually release new software features to any segment of users on any platform, DevOps teams can standardize safe releases at scale, accelerate their journey to the cloud and collaborate more effectively with business teams. Today, LaunchDarkly deploys peaks of 20 trillion feature flags each day, and that number continues to grow. Founded in 2014 in Oakland, California by Edith Harbaugh and John Kodumal, LaunchDarkly has been named on the Forbes Cloud 100 list, InfoWorld’s 2021 Technology of the Year list, and the Enterprise Tech 30 list.