Redistribution is done to those who are able to adapt and adjust.
Things are well done, when you don’t need to worry if they exist or not.
Too much data available is disabling decision making.
Good example of network incrementalism is the accumulation of technical debt.
Sometimes you just need to rewrite the rules, incremental approaches usually don’t work.
The main focus should be, to separate complexity from complexity. To always put complex parts into separate areas.
Something is terribly wrong, when everyone has the same perceptions about technology, use the same design approaches and propose the same solutions.
Human entropy is inevitable. With time, every thing is going to become a mess.
Decoupling things makes life easier.
If you connect two boxes from different vendors together in the same network, will it work? If yes, what and how exactly is it going to work?