Sussing out software bugs is often a time-consuming chore, as any will tell you. Unit tests — a technique by which segments of source code are tested individually, one by one — can for every feature that requires three to four days of coding. Moreover, according to a recent survey commissioned by BMC and conducted by Forrester Research, the average time it takes to resolve an app issue is roughly a week, with more complicated problems taking an average of 10 days.
That frustrating cycle prompted engineer Edith Harbaugh and John Kodumal to cofound , an Oakland, California-based startup developing a toolset that enables developers to selectively seed features to users ahead of broad rollouts. It today announced that it’s raised $44 million in series