The words “chaos” and “engineering” aren’t usually found together. After all, good engineers keep chaos at bay. Yet lately software developers are deploying what they loosely call “chaos” in careful amounts to strengthen their computer systems by revealing hidden flaws. The results aren’t perfect – anything chaotic can’t offer guarantees– but the techniques are often surprisingly effective, at least some of the time, and that makes them worthwhile.
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