Great post. However, you can’t underestimate the value NoSQL provides. Both SQL and NoSQL have their pros and cons. In some situations, it might be best to use NoSQL probably because it would save you a lot more time, on the other hand, what if you have a code base with SQL; meaning it might best to stick with SQL because the cost of switching to NoSQL might be too much.
Great post. It’s really hard to find a balance these days, also there is a lot to learn. I have had to spend a lot of time trying to fix bugs that don’t have direct relationship project, but rather originate from tools like Gulp or Webpack.