Nov 15th, ‘20/10 min read
We ran a poll on Twitter. “Do you care about the quality of your infrastructure code?” And on Reddit That’s an approximate and staggering 60–30–10 split. What do you think will the response be if the poll was — “Do you care about the quality of your product code?” Reasons We asked a follow-up question to reason why ~30% are in the Somewhat but mostly no category and gleaned these reasons from Twitter and Reddit: 1. Someone manually created the legacy infrastructure. No one questioned t
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