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The “Make It Work” Button

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own

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I’m going to tell you a secret that might terrify you today, especially if you make money from technology. Here it is: The “make it work” button is often dangerously close to the “break it all” button.

Let me tell you a couple of stories to illustrate.

In the past, I worked on a team that used a Redis cache pretty heavily. The…

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