There’s a blog post out about Disasters I’ve Seen in the Microservices World, and the OP is right, those are disasters. It seems easy to avoid the disasters, right? You can look at all those situations and think “whew, that won’t happen to me”, and they may not — if you have a plan. How … Continue reading “The Root Cause of Microservices Disasters”
One of the go-to wars around microservices is how small they should be (I have beef with this beef, but that’s another topic for another day). Some people say they should be no bigger than the code that fits on your screen. Some people say they should be no bigger than what’s necessary to encompass … Continue reading “Size is relative: Microservices Edition”
It’s a light week this week; everyone is coming down from Build. If you missed that, check out last last week’s newsletter. Now on to what happened Last week in .NET. 🔧 Jared Parsons, member of the Roslyn core team, talks about string vs. String. That is, for those of you listening to this instead … Continue reading “[Last Week in .NET #45] – A deal with the censorship devil”
Today’s post brought to you by an innocent sounding question in the Rands Leadership Slack (paraphrased): I’m joining a company as their first Devops person and their infra needs a serious upgrade. The codebase is a monolith, but they want to pursue microservices, and if growth keeps on its path, that seems likely. I think … Continue reading “Questions to ask before pursuing Kubernetes”
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