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Static types and dependencies in trunk-based development

Excellent points re the limitations of feature flags. However, I think there is limited scope for applying this criticism to trunk based development. If you think about it, these kind of changes are a ...
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Static types and dependencies in trunk-based development

I am more backend-oriented but what we do with Java is just update the the library and static objects in a compatible way. Example: Update a core library: just add the new version. If this is ...
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Static types and dependencies in trunk-based development

Feature flags should be used mainly for controlling the visible behaviour of a system from the outside. Introducing new types, or adding a dependency should not change that behaviour immediately, as ...
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"Joel test" for B2B hardware/software developers

12: Do you do hallway usability testing? Is still relevant even if you don’t develop a UI. At its heart this is about addressing the curse of knowledge. The more familiar you are with any system the ...
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Combination of SDLC models

I don't see how the V-model doesn't have support for iterations. The V-model only links test activities to development activities. It doesn't matter whether you're using sequential or iterative & ...
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Combination of SDLC models

Probably you can't get fully out of Agile\Scrum... Have a look on SAFe (which is agile based, but better conforms your needs in validation\verification - due to it's flexibility on system level). ...
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