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When building modern architectures, the hard part isn’t learning Kubernetes or deciding whether or not to use Kafka. The hard part is changing the way (almost) everyone thinks. Many of our mental models and communication patterns have been optimized for feature-driven software delivery. Which means … if we don’t change the mental models and communication patterns, we will deliver the exact same system we already have. Regardless of how performant our microservices are.
In this talk, we’ll explore this Mindshift: thinking in systems, designing for capabilities, drawing system boundaries, Agility at the core of learning teams and most of all, the essential patterns development teams can adopt when they get started.
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Mindshift: how thinking differently is essential for modern architecture
If you’ve read The Economist, donated to Wikipedia, or contributed to The World Monuments Fund, you’ve interacted with systems that Diana helped to architect.