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Stress-free Feature Releases - A Simple Guide to Progressive Rollouts

BY Antoine Banctel-Chevrel on November 17, 2020

I’m currently on the brink of launching a major product update – one that will affect many of our high value clients. And yes, it’s stressful. The questions swirling around in my head include: Does the functionality work in production? How do the users respond? How does this impact operational cost? In other words, do […] Read more »

The Blind Spots of B2B Product Vendors (And How to Fix Them)

BY Manohar Sreekanth on August 6, 2020

One of the interesting things about developing software in the Business-to-Business (B2B) space is that you often don’t know what users need, even when you think you do. Such blind spots may not be entirely your fault. Early in my career, I developed a software distribution tool for a CRM solution that ran on the […] Read more »

Why Continuous Delivery and DevOps are Product Managers' Best Friends

BY Suzie Prince on July 5, 2016

In the first part of this series, I explained what these buzzword-y “Continuous Delivery” (CD) and “DevOps” things are and started to touch on why you should care. But really, why should you care about these practices? Here’s why continuous delivery is a product manager’s new BFF. Continuous Delivery is Transformative to Businesses The main […] Read more »

Adopting Continuous Delivery at the BBC

BY Chris Massey on June 20, 2016

By now, you’ve almost certainly heard about Continuous Delivery, and some of the benefits it brings to development and product teams. Claire Mitchell (Senior Product Manager at the BBC) talks about how her team at the BBC embraced Continuous Delivery and, as a result, felt huge benefits to their ability to build product and integrate as a team. […] Read more »

The Product Managers' Guide to Continuous Delivery and DevOps

BY Suzie Prince on February 11, 2016

In this guide, I aim to demystify Continuous Delivery and DevOps. I’ll explain these practices, tell you just how important they are to you “on the business side” and help you get involved. It’s not that complicated, we have pictures and everything. This guide is for you if … You’re in tech, you’re a product […] Read more »