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March 14, 2016, 22:18

There is rarely if ever "best" in IT. That question is, uh. best not asked.

There are only "good choices that work well with my other choices".

You always have preferences you have and trade-offs you have to spend.

"Best" is a red herring. You will at best find a "best for me", or a "best for my project" or a "best for my team".

Once you accept this, your ability to converse with people productively becomes greatly amplified.

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