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I think this is the perfect job description for the boss of a startup contrasted with the minions
TJIC’s job description is this: we’re all a gang in an alley, and we’re there to mug people and take their money. TJIC finds someone who looks like he might have a few hundred dollar bills in his pocket, and he says “Come on, guys, let’s beat him!”, and we do, and TJIC riffles through his wallet, and pulls out the hundreds, and then you and I are all “Oh, look, there’s a bunch of nickels in here too - Hey, TJIC, come help us pick up the nickels!”, but he’s off saying “Look, another yuppy, let’s beat him!”.
Mingling metrics into your app's database is as bad as putting business logic into your view. Not to mention that the data tends to get big over time, weighing down your main database.
Well, I got sick of that. So I made Rifgraf.
Rifgraf is a fire-and-forget web service for displaying graphs of data collected over time. Post your data points periodically via rest calls. Then view a graph of the data at any time in the future.
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