The evolution of software architecture

Italian food perspective

Benoit Hediard
May 29, 2015 · 1 min read

It looks like Software development and architecture have always been linked to italian food. So here is my take on the evolution of software architecture with an italian food perspective!



If you can’t feed a team with two pizzas, it’s too large. That limits a task force to five to seven people, depending on their appetites — Jeff Bezos


UPDATE 2015–09–15 — FYI, I just published an article related to this: How to build a microservice with AWS Lambda in Groovy

UPDATE 2015–12–23 — FYI, I published another article related to this: A startup journey on AWS: from bare metal monolith to serverless microservices


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Benoit Hediard

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Agorapulse CTO and co-founder. Passionate about Bootstrapped Startups, SaaS, Remote, Social Media, Lean/DevOps, Cloud/AWS, Java/Grails/Angular, UX/UI

Benoit Hediard

Written by

Agorapulse CTO and co-founder. Passionate about Bootstrapped Startups, SaaS, Remote, Social Media, Lean/DevOps, Cloud/AWS, Java/Grails/Angular, UX/UI

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