The awkward journey towards less backend
Wolfram Hempel
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I’m sorry Wolfram, I couldn’t finish the article. I stopped after the second paragraph when you wrote “In the olden days, being a backend developer meant that you wrote a long list of functions that mapped to HTTP requests”. I’m sorry, accessing REST endpoints is not a technique from the “olden days”. It could be that your company has a great new way to do web development, but if your collective memory only goes back 10 years (or so), it’s hard to believe that you are actually learning from the past.

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