As someone working with WordPress development, I've found that the development life-cycle could use some improvements to make the developer experience much better. One of the things missing from the out-of-the-box experience of developing with WordPress is a way to seed a database with dummy or test content, which is extremely useful for onboarding new developers to a project, running automated tests, and for ensuring proper practices by _not_ using production data.
When you click a link to return to a page, or use your browsers back button to return to a page Turbo will render a cached preview of the page. It will then fetch an updated version of the page.
DevOps is a tried and true framework for creating software. It's not just about automating pipelines or assigning operations work to developers; it's a mental model built on key principles aimed at improving work processes. These principles, known as the "Three Ways of DevOps" from "The DevOps Handbook," include the Principle of Flow, the Principle of Feedback, and the Principle of Continuous Improvement. To sum it up, DevOps is a transformative mindset that, when properly implemented, can significantly enhance a company's ability to deliver high-quality software more efficiently. As a reminder, always think of the three F's: Flow, Feedback, and Fine-tuning.