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Your Code as a Crime Scene by Adam Tornhill

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Expand Your Analyses

When we uncover problems in our analyses, we want to react. We typically reconsider some architectural principles, perhaps even the overall patterns we built on. As a result, we evolve parts of our system into a new direction. As we do this, we want to be able to track that as well.

The techniques you’ve learned will be there to support you, since the analyses aren’t limited to the patterns we’ve discussed in this chapter. Understanding the underlying ideas lets you apply the analyses to new situations. So before we move on to the final part of the book, let’s have a quick look at some different architectural styles you may encounter.

Analyze Microservices

At the time of this writing, microservices are gaining rapid popularity. ...

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