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What Is Nix and Why You Should Use It

It’s a cold spring night. Steve, sitting in the dark gloom of his office, habitually runs make test, make and then spins up the server. He opens the frontend in his browser, logs in, and tests that the new functionality is working.

Factorio player by day, DevOps by night, Steve connects to the production server and runs the usual make install. Source code turns into object files, object files turn…

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