In this episode IV in the review series of the GSAS 2019 in Barcelona, we learn more about reactive architectures, asynchronicity, and complexity.
In this episode III in the review series of the GSAS 2019 in Barcelona, we revisit the monolith versus microservices debate again, and introduce the outstanding concept of continuous change.
A review of my attendance to the Global Software Architecture Summit which took place in Barcelona this 10th of October, 2019.
In this episode II in the review series of the GSAS 2019 in Barcelona, we learned about complexity, observability, and the neverending discussion monolith vs microservices.
In this episode I in the review series of the GSAS 2019 in Barcelona, we see code repositories as theory representations, and as knowledge repositories as well.
I consider the aversion to change that monoliths exhibit as their defining feature. And the benefits of embracing change in organizations based on software are explored.
In asynchronous decoupled applications, Stories are a special kind of Event-like messages which carry information of true Events related by being a part of a major, longer fact.
Compliance of the Holographic Principle suggests identify not resources, but the access to those resources. We see which benefits this transaction identification provides to decoupled applications.
Holographic services are those which hide their internals as well as uniquely identify its consumers and the contract they both share. In this post we see examples of holographic services which do not require persistence of resources.
This is the start of a series of posts around a new Principle I came up with some months ago, and which I have been refining up to the preliminary form I present here for the first time in public. Hopefully comments and suggestions help either to throw it away for useless, or to make... Continue Reading →