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Musk to Lay Off 75% of Twitter’s Staff & Choosing the Right Database for Next.js Apps

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Musk to Lay Off 75% of Twitter’s Staff & Choosing the Right Database for Next.js Apps
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Upon acquiring Twitter, Musk Reportedly Plans To Cut 75% Of Twitter Staff.
Plus: There are a lot of options out there when it comes to picking a DB for your Next.js app. Author Prithwish Nath looks into how to make the right choice based on performance, price, scalability, and developer experience.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

Musk Reportedly Plans to Cut 75% of Twitter Staff Upon Acquisition
Which Database Should You Use for Your Next.js App?
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