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Architecture Weekly #181 - 27th May 2024

Monday, June 3, 2024

Boy, is it a new week already? It is, so let's see what #ArchitectureWeekly brought to you this time! We started with a discussion about Mel Conway's law, its wide impact and whether we could

Architecture Weekly #180 - 20th May 2024

Monday, May 20, 2024

We started with an invitation to discuss Conway's Law. Then, we discussed recent Cloud provider mishaps. Well, one AWS mishap on the bill for a DDoSed S3 bucket and a nightmare from Google Cloud

Architecture Weekly #179 - 13th May 2024

Monday, May 13, 2024

This release has a few themes. We started with event-driven (yeah, surprise!), discussing the potential errors and ways to handle them. Then we checked if serverless cold-starts are THAT scary and

Architecture Weekly #178 - 6th May 2024

Monday, May 6, 2024

This time, we discussed biases. Biases on the perspective on our technologies, so not seeing their evolutions. We also checked how biases can impact our knowledge, collaboration and eventually also the

Architecture Weekly #177 - 29nd April 2024

Monday, April 29, 2024

How do you make predictions about tech without the magical crystal ball? We did that today by example. We analysed what Redis and Terraform license changes relate to the new Typescript framework Effect

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