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Martin Fowler: My introductory article on agile methods, focusing on the two key criteria that sets them apart from the traditional view of software process: adaptive planning and a people-centered approach.

The rise of agile methods (particularly XP) makes some people wonder if there's any role left for software design. I argue that this change shifts from planned to evolutionary design.

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What's in a transport layer?  Understanding gRPC in the dawn of microservices.  Microservices are small programs each with a specific and narrow scope that are glued together to produce what appears from the outside to be one coherent web application. This architectural style is used in contrast with a traditional "monolith" where every component and sub-routine of the application is bundled into one codebase and not separated by a network boundary. In recent years microservices have enjoyed…

What's in a transport layer? Understanding gRPC in the dawn of microservices. Microservices are small programs each with a specific and narrow scope that are glued together to produce what appears from the outside to be one coherent web application. This architectural style is used in contrast with a traditional "monolith" where every component and sub-routine of the application is bundled into one codebase and not separated by a network boundary. In recent years microservices have enjoyed…

Refactoring Tips by Martin Fowler

Software Refactoring , how to clean and organize the code.

A website on software development, edited by Martin Fowler

A website on software development, edited by Martin Fowler

Microservices and the First Law of Distributed Objects by Martin Fowler

Microservices and the First Law of Distributed Objects

In P of EAA I said "don't distribute your objects". Does this advice contradict my interest in Microservices?

Explaining the difference between Mock Objects and Stubs (together with other forms of Test Double). Also the difference between classical and mockist styles of unit testing.

Agile methods explained by contrast to the plan-driven mainstream at the time. Key differences are adaptive rather than predictive planning and being people-oriented rather than process-oriented.

Martin Fowler on Predictive Versus Adaptive

There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things -- Phil Karlton (bonus variation on the page)

Microservices Guide

The microservice architectural style is useful for handling complex systems, but brings its own complexity so should not be used for simpler environments.

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