No More QA

Companies have traditionally organized software engineering in three silos: Dev, Test/QA, Operations. The QA effort is realized after a long phase of development resulting in bug spikes and difficulties to plan the work for the development teams during this time. When companies were engineering software "piecewise" this was the only way. Only when all pieces … Continue reading No More QA

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Autonomy and Microservices

Discussions monolith vs microservice are hotter than ever. Usually, a monolith is synonym for “big ball of mud” in these discussions. It of course needn’t be so. A modular monolith is perfectly possible. Also, microservices isn’t an entirely new idea either. As some says, it’s SOA done right. The usual argument in favor of microservices … Continue reading Autonomy and Microservices