This diagram is something that one needs to pause, read, re-read and give oneself some time to digest, though. This concept tripped me a couple of times before I think I come to an understanding of this diagram.
Bob, glad you had your share of laughter reading this post and thanks for sharing your feedback. True that the comments are the way they are likely because I think it takes time to get influenced for good. Thanks for sharing the post on design-dead. Will read it. Cheers!
Yeah, everyone wants to look cool. And argh,deadlines the monster that everyone is scared of, everytime. I’d would like to explain these myths in my next post and subsequently share tips that I think should work for those adopting micro-services. I’d love to know what you think about it all and what has been your experience. Sooner..
Jason Fried thanks for this write-up. I second your thoughts. I would say that it’s the occasions that show how much a company cares for its customers and demonstrate its value-systems.
#CustomerFirstAttitude trumps #OldSchoolBranding
This highlighted statement is indeed one of the most popular statements that I have heard and witnessed, for the choice and implementation of microservice architecture, right from the word GO. This is so wrong in almost all occasions, the reasons for which I will try to pen down in my subsequent post(s).
I wasn’t a fanboy of TDD for long time but continued doing it for namesake because the organization mandated its practice, seeing it as a nice buzzword in the market. Seriously, it never penetrated in any of the organizations that I switched..until I made to the right one. Here is where I had a chance to work with some of the brightest minds and…