If you're building a product and your biggest concern is the viability of the technology stack 3 years down the line: you're doing it wrong
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Being the parent of an almost 3 year old is not that different from being a manager to an asshole who occasionally does amazing work
What other professions besides programming think they can apply their field to every single problem and it will be better?