From Matt Stratton's "Myths surrounding DevOps": "...A lot of people think they know what they are talking about, but they really don't....". I feel like that is the internet in general.
And, to me, the high humor per line comes from "...If your microservice only does one thing, it can’t have an error. That would be an additional thing..." :D Love it!
that was my favorite line too :)
Yea, that's my general feeling nowadays when a new high-level or organizational approach is demo'd/debuted. I feel like there is too much of a reward for jumping on hype trains and not actually thinking about how things work or their down-stream effects.
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