[BAWD #54] On AWS Amplify Studio and Third-party Scripts
Hello there 👋🏾,
I trust you had a blissful week? Btw, here’s a friendly reminder that the slow pace of transformation often makes it easy to let a bad habit slide or dismiss poor decisions. But when you repeat 1% errors every day, by replicating poor decisions, duplicating tiny mistakes, or rationalizing little excuses, you will find yourself with toxic results.
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