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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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Hadi Hariri 11 May 15
Replying to @simonbrown
that’s the one.
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Richard Blewett 11 May 15
Replying to @hhariri @simonbrown
Shouldn't that have been broken down into series of reusable "micro-tweets"?
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Hadi Hariri 5 Feb 18
Replying to @simonbrown
And you keep retweeting it.
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Simon Brown 5 Feb 18
Replying to @hhariri
I don’t remember retweeting it before ... I’m not sure you could retweet your own tweets back then! 😄
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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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Jason Gorman (only, more indoors than usual) 4 Mar 15
Replying to @machielg @simonbrown
I suspect meaning that we've heard all this before. The promise of component-based design still relies on discipline
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