I’d like to hope that each of you reading this blog does all of your due-diligence and takes appropriate steps to research and test *everything* you read anywhere on the internet (including backout plans and dedicated test environments) before you make changes to a real production environment. Suspecting that might be a bit optimistic, here we go:

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As with anything you read on the internet, test everything and trust little.

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