03 Nov

To Be Continuous: Organizational Scaling

In this episode, Edith and Paul discuss the steps that a startup can take for successful organizational scaling. They bring up important questions including: What roles should your team members play as your company grows? How do you prioritize resources? Is Paul a good coder?  This is episode #26 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.

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14 Oct

To Be Continuous: Specialization In Organization Design

In this episode, Edith and Paul dive into the question of specialization. They discuss the pros and cons of working with specialists vs. generalists, and how your decisions in this area can have a wide ranging impact on your product and company.  This is episode #25 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.

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05 Sep

To Be Continuous: Category Creation

In this episode, Paul and Edith are joined by Martin Casado, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. The group discusses the deeply complicated and difficult process of category creation, with a special focus on technology infrastructure products.  This is episode #24 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.

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30 Aug

To Be Continuous: The Process of Category Creation

In this episode, Paul and Edith are joined by Martin Casado, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. The group discusses the deeply complicated and difficult process of category creation, with a special focus on technology infrastructure products.  This is episode #24 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.

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29 Aug

Guide to Feature Flagging Best Practices

While there are many companies who practice feature flagging as a way to extend continuous delivery and release faster, there are just as many companies who are just starting out with the practice.  And until now, there hasn’t been a great resource for the feature flagging beginner.  Feature flagging as a concept is super straightforward, but must be implemented with diligence.  Haphazard feature flags can devastate a company, whereas well-managed flags can prevent disaster and even make your company more competitive.  


LaunchDarkly’s guide to feature flagging best practices addresses these deficiencies and provides a roadmap for better feature flag management.  While many aspects of feature flagging must be personalized to meet a particular company’s needs, the guide acquaints newcomers with how powerful feature flags can be and what they need to watch out for.  It also relays some pro tips for those who have been feature flagging for a while.  

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09 Aug

To Be Continuous: Using Continuous Delivery To Find Product/Market Fit

In this episode, Edith and Paul discuss discuss how you should use the principles of Continuous Delivery to find product/market fit for your startup, tool, or service. Along the way, they highlight common reasons startups fail to find product/market fit, from undervaluing sales and marketing teams, to simply believing that if you build it, they will come.  This is episode #23 in the To Be Continuous podcast series all about continuous delivery and software development.

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