“Task has been set, it needs to be carried out. At the end of the day, you are an expert” as the once-popular sketch told us. So you jump right into the fray, to the stuff that matters. Line after line your code takes shape.
SQL statements populate schema that you've just created, and the threads are ready to be spawned; your code - a masterpiece contained within a thousand lines.
Ask yourself a question — is anything that you have written in those thousand lines actually brings value? Let me rephrase what I’ve just said — what was the…
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