I want to convince a probably skeptical audience of developers that:
Once we've shipped our latest software product we should want to keep an eye on how it behaves out in the real world. Too often this task is an afterthought, completely separate from the development process and focused only on what you get free with one tool or another. This is because even the best tools we have suck.
I'll show some examples:
And then talk about what the community are doing to hopefully fix this problem and why as developers people should join the effort. I'll show some hopeful signs:
For those intrigued, it's a perfect opportunity to dive head-first into some really interesting programming challenges:
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