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You Should Take More Vacation

A few years ago, I read an amazing quote from Jerome Kerviel, who was fresh off losing his bank $7.2B USD: “It is one of the primary rules of internal control: A trader who doesn’t take vacation is a trader who doesn’t want to let anyone else look at his book”. His story is remarkable, and it also made me think about how this applies to software engineering. Does it follow that it should
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