Microservices: the Naked Truth of the Maintainability

It is easy to do a proof-of-concept but hard to make something “production-ready*. Maintainability is complex in distributed systems, and become extremely complicated for a microservices software architecture. This presentation takes a look at the common traps producing a gap between “should work” and “works”. It also discusses costs which …

Software Design by Introspection

Over the years, a few programming paradigms have been successful enough to enter the casual vocabulary of software engineers: procedural, imperative, object-oriented, functional, generic, declarative. There’s a B-list, too, that includes paradigms such as logic, constraint-oriented, and symbolic. The point is, there aren’t very many of them altogether. Easy to …