Category Archives: Software Architecture

Agile Architecture, or When not “to Architect”

The sword in the scabbard is a price beyond compare. Jerome, the first Wayfarer. Agile Architecture is an interesting subject from a people point of view, especially when funny movies are circulated about a house-building team embracing “Agile”. The movie … Continue reading

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Closing the Knowledge Gap

If they were handing out Lamborghini’s for free, let’s say the Aventador, would you take one? I know that for myself, this would be a bit of a poser. I’ve seen enough lotteries where you could win dreamcars, but in … Continue reading

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Turning your application on its head

If nothing what you do wil do, then what do you do? Hisamatsu Shin’ichi (1889-1980) So I’ve started by telling you that the Way of the Microservice has to do with quality, that this aspect is more important than the … Continue reading

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So what is a Microservice?

A developer presented a new module, saying: “If you call this a microservice, you oppose its reality. If you do not call it a microservice, you ignore a fact. Now what do you wish to call it?” Microservices are in … Continue reading

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Introducing: Zen and the Art of Microservices

Dennis Schmidt wrote a book called “Way-farer”, which plays in some distant future (as envisioned back in 1978) where men have come to the planet of Kensho. In it, a young man called Jerome starts on his road to enlightenment … Continue reading

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