Micro-frontends decisions framework

In the past year (2019) I spent a lot of time talking, writing, podcasting and just chatting with people about micro-frontends.
I’m truly passionate about the topic, mainly because it’s still an unexplored land where challenges arise every single day.

During all my talks, workshops and webinars I was building step by step a mental model that allowed me to simplify my thoughts…

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Luca Mezzalira

Luca Mezzalira

Principal Architect at AWS, O’Reilly Author, International Speaker

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