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When a team builds a complex application, there is often a common breakdown of roles. Specifically on the back end, there are database engineers, application engineers and operations engineers, or something close to this. In recent years, more and more application logic is being deferred to the client side.
For some reason, though, operations folks aren’t going with it. I think things are about to shift, and I’d (humbly) like to help guide that shift, because I think it’ll be great for the Web.