Long gone are the days when you would buy a Nintendo cartridge and never update the software on it. The world has changed, and so has software. 

Instead of living in its own tiny (awesome) gray and black box, software is living on interconnected machines. It has to react to change; it has to adapt and for different reasons. Whether it’s a security update in the face of a new attack or a feature update to keep up in this changing ecosystem. Software has to be updated; it has to be maintained. Code has to be rewritten, dependencies have to be updated, applications have to be redeployed. 

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