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A fun bug

I’m always interested in stories about Accidental Complexity — when you waste time dealing with the endless layers of tooling that’s required to make a web application today. I’m also super into using Observability (which I’ll call to ability to introspect live systems, though that’s not exactly right). Fortunately for these two hobbies, I caused a partial outage of one of our systems due to terrible Accidental Complexity, and solved it using some delightful Observability. It’s Story Time, gather round!

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Paul Biggar

Paul Biggar

Tech entrepreneur, software engineer. Founder of Dark: https://darklang.com. Founder of CircleCI. Lover of chocolate and pastries.

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