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Simon Brown
I'll keep saying this ... if people can't build monoliths properly, microservices won't help.
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Simon Brown 6 Mar 15
@richstwright lol … it's the obligatory "I'm on Bondi beach and I have a GoPro" shot :-)
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Stefan Tilkov 4 Mar 15
Replying to @simonbrown
You keep saying this. I’ll keep saying I disagree :-)
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Simon Brown 4 Mar 15
Replying to @stilkov
:-)
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Matthew Adams 7 Mar 15
Replying to @simonbrown
worse - everyone I hear declaring their use of microservices is building & versioning them in lockstep. That's still monolithic!
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Simon Brown 7 Mar 15
Replying to @ythos
the distributed big ball of mud :-)
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Machiel KG 4 Mar 15
Replying to @simonbrown
meaning: you still need great architectural design skills, microservices are not an easy way out.
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jasongorman 4 Mar 15
Replying to @machielg @simonbrown
...and,, from what I've seen, microservices is just the latest silver bullet that tries to side-step that discipline
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Rob Lally 4 Mar 15
Replying to @simonbrown
If your message is "if you're bad at building software no pattern helps" I'm sold. But you can't build monoliths "properly".
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Herbert Dowalil 5 Feb 18
Replying to @roblally @simonbrown
we have to separate between deployment monoliths (can be well modularized) and architectural monoliths (are unstructured by definition)
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Dj Walker-Morgan 8 Mar 15
What’s wrong with the micromonolith model anyway. :)
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