"It sounds dull but good architecture documentation is essential. Especially when you are actively trying to improve your architecture.
For example, I spend a lot time helping clients modernize their software architecture. Yet far too often, I’m presented with a vague and lifeless collection of boxes and lines. As a result, it’s sometimes difficult to discuss the architecture in a meaningful and productive way. In this presentation, I’ll describe techniques for creating minimal yet effective documentation for your application’s microservice architecture. In particular, you will learn how documenting scenarios can bring your architecture to life."
— Chris Richardson
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