Computers are easy, people are hard

Bridget Kromhout says designing distributed systems means considering failure scenarios—both likely and less so.

By Bridget Kromhout
April 4, 2017
"Egyptian women, playing with ball," from "Illustrerad verldshistoria utgifven av E. Wallis. band I." "Egyptian women, playing with ball," from "Illustrerad verldshistoria utgifven av E. Wallis. band I." (source: Ernst Wallis, et al, on Wikimedia Commons)

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