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Microservices guru warns devs that trendy architecture shouldn't be the default for every app, but 'a last resort'

Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse Silver badge

I'd be interested...

I'd be interested to understand the average age of the attendees to this session. I've just read the article and there was nothing in it that really jumped out to me as anything other than normal and standard considerations for designing enterprise applications. That said, I'm in my late 40's and grew up with procedural, structured, object oriented and all other kinds of ways of designing and programming applications.

Perhaps it's just me, but when I read statements like this "people tend to be not good at defining module boundaries or having discipline about how module boundaries are formed" I just wonder what sort of age the audience is, what sort of CS education they have received, and what sort of experience they have in large scale, multi-team, multi stakeholder software projects.

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