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A sad but realistic starting point for everything we do: Things can go wrong and will go wrong.
More often than not, we build software based on hope.
Once upon a time in 1869, a Russian scientist named Mendeleev was obsessed with ordering all elements present in nature. The typical Russian scientist obsession.
Sometimes we face hard choices, where there's no clear path or direction. Actually, we might not even have a clear goal.
I know, I know. Feedback loops rock the stage. But.
What if everything in software development was about creating feedback loops?