People often ask me how long it took me to write something: a book, a blog post, a paper, whatever. I suspect what they want to know is this: how many hours did you put into it? I never know how to answer. Even if I tracked my time, where would I draw the line? […]
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My first job in marketing involved pitching software for database backup and recovery, specifically to reduce downtime and data loss. At that time, databases weren’t as distributed and resilient as they are now, and outages happened more often than anyone wanted. We discovered that many businesses weren’t motivated to invest in backup and recovery solutions […]
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