The challenge is that developers creating and managing feature flags had to switch back and forth between Optimizely and the IDE while developing. This made the development flow hard to maintain because of all the context switching between Optimizely and IDE. In this session, you’ll learn how to use Optimizely VSCode Extension to create, manage, and use your feature flags and experiments more efficiently within the IDE.
Tom Zurkan is a Senior Software Engineer at Optimizely working on Optimizely Full Stack, Mobile, and OTT. He has also been working with AWS tools for several years. His interests lie in modern languages and how best to develop elegant crash proof code.
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