The odds are you’ve noticed your favorite web applications previewing a new look or feature. For example, Google might encourage you to opt in to a new Gmail interface, or Facebook may subtly change how a comment looks. These small changes represent a huge paradigm shift from the massive overhauls commonly seen in the past.
Tech companies regularly roll out small changes to a tiny subset of users to ensure they improve the user experience and don’t introduce any errors. Rather than trying to catch every error in automated tests, they’re trying to minimize the blast radius of errors that reach production. As a result, users likely see fewer errors and have a better experience.
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