Thank you to all the Jeli Beans that helped support the launch of this guide, with long days put into section rewrites, editing, and re-reading for continuity, especially Daniela Hurtado, Emily Ruppe, MacKenzie Wardwell, Thai Wood, and Will Gallego.
Finally, we appreciate the support of all those who worked on this guide for review and feedback, this Guide would not have been possible without you:
- Danesh Abeyratne
- John Allspaw
- Morgan Collins
- Jessica DeVita
- Alex Elman
- Dara Garvin
- Fred Hebert
- Lorin Hochstein
- Ryan Kitchens
- Duck Lawn
- Yanet Leon
- Chris Mitchell
- Courtney Nash
- Tim Nicholas
- Laura Nolan
- Paul Osman
- Nick Stenning
- Noah Sussman
- Chad Todd
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