Holy fuckola. I got ~4 pages through @lethain's new book before realizing "this might be the best book I have ever read on engineering teams" and by page 42 I knew for sure.
Every engineer should read this. Not just managers.
I haven't gotten past the first section yet because I was borrowing someone else's book. But I have three copies arriving today at work, and we are going to book club it over lunch after we finish the SRE book.
Can't fucking wait.
p.s. -- do get the hard copy, not the kindle version. it's printed on this glorious creamy thick paper with loads of whitespace and proper dotted formatting.
ultra luscious to hold in your hands and feel with your fingers, and lots of room in the margins for notes.
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