Aviran Mordo

About Aviran Mordo

Aviran Mordo has over 20 years of experience in the software industry. He has been in many engineering roles and leading positions in start-ups and large corporations. Aviran is a tech-savvy and a technology blogger since the year 2000, with vast knowledge of the internet and software development.

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Continuous Delivery – Part 6 – Backward & Forward Compatibility

Previous Chapter: Startup – Self Test One very important mind set developers will have to adopt and practice is backward and forward compatibility. Most production system do not ...
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Continuous Delivery – Part 5 – Startup – Self Test

Previous Chapter: A/B Testing So far we discussed Feature Toggle and A/B testing. These two methods enable safe guards that your code does not harm your system. Feature toggles enable ...
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Continuous Delivery – Part 4 – A/B Testing

Previous chapter: Continuous Delivery – Part 3 – Feature Toggles From Wikipedia: In web development and marketing, as well as in more traditional forms of advertising, A/B ...
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Continuous Delivery – Part 3 – Feature Toggles

Previous chapter: The Road To Continuous Delivery – Part 2 – Visibility One of the key elements in Continuous Delivery is the fact that you stop working with feature branches ...
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The Road To Continuous Delivery – Part 2 – Visibility

Previous chapter: The road to continuous delivery – Part 1 Production visibility A key point for a successful continuous delivery is to make the production matrix available to ...
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The Road To Continuous Delivery – Part 1

The following series of posts are coming from my experience as the back-end development manager at Wix.com. I will try to tell the story of Wix and how we see and practice continuous ...
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