February 21, 2020
Startup Security and Venture Capital: What VCs Want Founders to Know
Investor Oren Yunger shares how investors evaluate startup security practices, and what founders can do to better communicate their security...
In this issue of our Dev Tools Digest, LaunchDarkly announces multivariate feature flags, Treasure Data provides a case study on how the company works with leading mobile games studio, and Rainforest QA provides tips for mobile QA.
LaunchDarkly announced support for multivariate feature flags. A multivariate flag allows you to define two or more custom variations and these variations can be strings, numbers, JSON objects, or JSON arrays. Read more here.
GREE’s dominance in the “free-to-play” mobile gaming market has made it one of the most respected studios in the world. But analyzing user data across each of its mobile titles was anything but a game. Treasure Data released a case study detailing how the company helps GREE free its analysts from dependence on engineers. Read more here.
Many teams use the same QA testing workflows for mobile applications as they use for desktop applications. Rainforest QA wrote a post on how crowdsourced testing can update lagging testing practices and make mobile QA more efficient. Read the full post here.
Join Mux on 10/13 as they explore topics at the forefront of video technology, including Anne Aaron’s “Measuring Perceptual Video Quality at Scale,” Steven Robertson’s “Why People Really Abandon Playbacks,” and Andrew Scherkus’ “Developing VR Media Technology.” Registration is now open – get your ticket before it sells out!
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