This talk focuses on the kinds of constraints we should consider when evolving their architecture of our systems in order to enable rapid, frequent release.
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Designing for Rapid Release
Sam Newman, a techie interested in cloud, continuous delivery and microservices. Aside from other things he's committed sporadically to open source projects, spoke at more than a few conferences, and wrote some things including the book Building Microservices for O'Reilly.