There are situations in software development when making changes directly in production seems like the quickest or even the only way to fix a bug. Typically this is a bad idea and turns out to be far more costly with respect to time, money and the sanity of the programmer.
This design is for programmers who love to take risks, even though they know better, and debug application code in production. It shows the texts "Debugging and “I do it in production” in capital letters and in the center a biohazard symbol to stress the danger of this statement. All elements are held in a shiny red for good contrast with dark shirt colors.
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Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
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