There are software companies out there that prohibit their developers of deploying changes to production because it's a security risk.

Granted, humans shouldn't do deployments by hand because it's a responsibility of the CI/CD pipeline. Nevertheless, actively limiting people's role in the technology value stream for weak reasons is a thing I strongly detest.

I hope those companies don't boast themselves having a culture of trust.

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