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Microservices Patterns by Chris Richardson Book Review

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I recently had the pleasure of reading Chris Richardson’s “Microservice Patterns” book. Even though this book is now around three years old I still find it very applicable which can’t be said for many books in the technical arena, especially one focused on actionable insights. I think it is a worthwhile read for any developer starting their journey into the microservices arena. Let’s dive into…

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I'm a software architect that has a passion for software design and sharing with those around me

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