What’s New With Kernl – April 2017

March was a light month for Kernl development for a couple of different reasons. The first is that I was on vacation for 10 days, and the second is that I bought and moved into a new house. Now that things are settling down development is ramping up again. There were still a few things that got completed though:

– Lots of great stuff accomplished on Feature Flags. They are not ready for prime time yet, but I’ve started dog-fooding them and so far things are working out great.

– There was a bug in the changelog.json code where the last version would always be one behind in certain situations.

– A regression was fixed where you couldn’t deploy from branches.

– I wrote a blog post about my experience building Kernl for the Freemius blog.

Author: Jack Slingerland

I'm a software engineer working and living in Raleigh, NC. I work in Python, Django, Node.js, React+Flux, AngularJS, and PHP. I like to work out with Kettlebells, run, and spend my free time with my wife, cat, and dog.

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