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Production is the one thing that matters. Everything else we do is just preparation for production and fixing issues related to production. Despite the tremendously important nature of production, we have relatively limited tools to track issues there. When I say production bug, people always assume the worst – a crash. But a vast majority of production bugs are your typical day-to-day bugs.

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Almog, S. (2023). Developer Observability. In: Practical Debugging at Scale. Apress, Berkeley, CA.

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