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Jan. 13, 2022, 10:08 p.m. | /u/codek_

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Hi reedit, in my current job we're having a discussion about if everyone should have access by default to production data or not and I want to know what others think about it.

Would be nice to know your company size as well, since it's normal for small companies that the answer is yes, but I'm more interested in know about companies with more than 30 developers.

In my current job with +50 developers we try to follow the least …

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