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Dear Architect,

Welcome back to our weekly issue!

This week we have in our spotlight an online conference made by InfoQ with all the topics we are covering in this newsletter, the speakers line up is very promising, an unmissable event.

We never covered Kubernetes in this newsletter and the article I found can shed some lights for people using it.

I cannot miss an article on Domain-Driven Design and this one from Walmart Labs is a good starting point for everyone working with Microservices.

Last February, during QCon London, I did a talk on Micro-Frontends sharing our they are used in DAZN. In the talk I share experience and many tips from the trenches.

Finally, if you are working in a project with multiple languages and you want to have a visual representation of how the things are working, check out the Polyglot Code Explorer.

I hope you will find them useful, enjoy the read!



QCon Plus

A virtual conference for senior software engineers and architects on the trends, best practices and solutions leveraged by the world's most innovative software shops.

Kubernetes: When to Use, and When to Avoid, the Operator Pattern

In the world of Kubernetes, Operators have quickly become a popular pattern far beyond their initial use for encoding deep operational knowledge about running stateful applications and services like Prometheus
Domain-Driven Design

Building Domain Driven Microservices

Loosely coupled service-oriented architecture, where each service is enclosed within a well-defined bounded context, enabling rapid, frequent, and reliable delivery of applications.
Case Study

Scaling Your Project with Micro-Frontends

Micro-frontends are a new architectural trend in the development of front-end applications. This style can provide several benefits to our projects, offering a level of decoupling never seen before in single-page applications or universal architectures.

Introducing the Polyglot Code Explorer

The Polyglot Code Explorer is an open-source tool for visualising complex codebases written in multiple programming languages.
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