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Containers won the battle, but will lose the war to serverless — Simon Wardley
This scale of duplication is common. It's why I say serverless (FaaS) is going to accelerate development by many orders of magnitude. Whenever you build a system, 99.9% of it has already been written. Finding it is the trick. Containers? Bah humbug. Just another sprawl engine.
serverless  architecture  containers 
september 2018 by lenards
Web Architecture 101 – VideoBlocks Product & Engineering
The above diagram is a fairly good representation of our architecture at Storyblocks. If you’re not an experienced web developer, you’ll likely find it complicated. The walk through below should make…
web  architecture  webdev 
august 2018 by lenards
Michael Feathers: Tell Above, and Ask Below - Hybridizing OO and Functional Design
I have an idea I’ve been holding back for a while because I think it is wrong. It’s just too general to be true, and the argument that I use for it is, well, a bit abstract, but I think...
programming  software  architecture  functional-programming  object-oriented  functionalprogramming 
july 2018 by lenards
Tour of an Open-Source Elm SPA
How to organize an Elm single page application.
elm  architecture  learning  resources 
march 2018 by lenards
The Kubernetes Effect
To successfully design for, implement, and run applications on Kubernetes requires knowledge of primitives, and awareness of design principles and practices. This article provides an overview of Kubernetes and guidance for how to best use it.
docker  architecture  containers  k8s  kubernetes 
february 2018 by lenards
REST is the new SOAP – Pakal De Bonchamp – Medium
Some years ago, I developed a new information system in a big telecom company. We had to communicate with an increasing number of web services, exposed by older systems or by business partners…
API  architecture  fail  REST  SOAP  arguments 
december 2017 by lenards
Urban Development as a Mindfulness Practice – Lisa Picard – Medium
This was originally written for and published in City Tank on April 9, 2012. I’ve re-published it here as I’ve found it inspiring to me, again. Enjoy. Juxtaposing urban development and mindfulness in…
mindfulness  urban-planning  architecture 
november 2017 by lenards
The end of an architectural era
We conclude that the current RDBMS code lines, while attempting to be a "one size fits all" solution, in fact, excel at nothing.
database  databases  design  architecture 
august 2013 by lenards
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