dehehn: do that with it's products.
MindStalker: In testing environments? Sure. In productions, absolutely not.
The Slush: How about no? Fix your goddamn memory leaks
Gig103: Maybe in a COTS environment, but anything mission critical should strive for as long an uptime as possible. If Netflix's "Chaos Monkey" fails, then someone reboots their video. If the ISS ECS system fails, there are bigger problems than an error message.
meat0918: If it did that with one of my programs out in the field, it could kill someone.
Intrepid00: MindStalker: In testing environments? Sure. In productions, absolutely not.Netflix disagrees with you. Chaos Monkey Service will ruin your day if you are not confident to run it on production.
The Voice of Doom: Should the "Too ling; didn't read" theory be applied to other situations?That article makes me think there needs to be a short acronym similar to "tl;dr" expressing like"incoherent rambling; have forgotten everything 10 seconds later"or"doesn't make point, waste of time"/otherwise I'll have to fall back to "your block sucks" and point out that this piece leads to some post at ars technica which was talking about a question on stackexchange
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