My position on architecture is different from most peoples’. My view works really well at scale (much better than the traditional view, in my experience), but it is very different. I start with one traditional definition of architecture: any decision that would be costly to change. However, I also know that I (and those on […]
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Layers make Arlo a Sad Panda. They result from, and reinforce, thinking of the product in terms of technical components. They make it hard to vertical-slice the problem. So what pattern is the architectural correlate for planning and building in vertical slices?