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If you have ever benefited from the knowledge, best practices or failures shared by a peer than you already know how powerful that information is. Here, at InfoQ we strongly believe that peer sharing is how our industry makes progress.

If you are an experienced senior engineer or software team lead with ideas you want to share then we would love to hear from you.

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