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re: I didn't explain myself well in my last comment. What I mean is that any software architecture needs to be humans-first rather than technology-fir...

Great points!

I agree whole heartedly. There are always two sides to every coin. I think that in the long run you will always have the human element to deal with.

This is not a bad thing. Like I said my teammates are amazing and I love them. I just don't want the responsibility of being in charge of them. There are amazing people out there who do just that. I don't think that I am one of them.

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