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This is the story of the development of the voxgig.com Software-as-a-Service platform over the first 18 months of development from an MVP to production with actual users.
A startup cannot afford to waste time, so why did they choose to build with microservices first when they take more effort and infrastructure to deploy?
This would surely have slowed them down! And what about working with multiple remote contractors on short term contracts—don't they all have to be on-boarded? This is madness! They learned a lot, and made a lot mistakes, but they would definitely recommend using microservices from day one for startup—find out why!
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Microservices from Day One
Richard Rodger is CTO of nearForm, a leading Node.js specialist. He is a technology entrepreneur who has been involved in the Irish Internet industry since its infancy and wrote the seminal book on Node: Beginning Mobile Application Development in the Cloud.