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Dear Architect,

Welcome back to our weekly issue!

Micro-frontends are growing in popularity every week, I had the pleasure to help tens of companies around the world implementing this architectural pattern. I'm glad to see a company like Netflix talking about micro-frontends and how they have implemented them in the Revenue and Growth tools.

Building microservices the second edition is out and why not hearing directly from Sam Newman what's changed and what makes this new edition better than the first one? Great emphasis on DDD, team topologies and UI decomposition.

For all our subscribers a nice gift from QCon Plus, the online conference that will take place online for the first 12 days of November. With the code DEARARCHITECTSQP1121 you get $50 off!

BBC has a lot of traffic for all their products, in this case, study they share their journey in optimising a serverless workload.

Recently I started to enjoy discovering Web 3.0, but what is it? This is probably the clearest article I found on the topic. And if you like it, I'll make sure to share more resources on the topic.

Enjoy the read and see you next week!


Case Study

How We Build Micro Frontends With Lattice

The Revenue and Growth Tools (RGT) team decided to set off on a journey to build tools in an abstract manner to have solutions readily available within our organization. We identified common design patterns and architectures scattered across various tools which were all duplicating efforts in some way or another


Information Hiding, Ubiquitous Language, UI Decomposition and Building Microservices

In this episode of the InfoQ podcast Charles Humble talks to Sam Newman about the 2nd edition of Newman’s book Building Microservices. They discuss information hiding; ideas from Domain Driven Design including aggregates, bounded contexts and ubiquitous language; UI decomposition; and team structure drawing on ideas from Team Topologies


QCon Plus Online Software Conference

Attend QCon Plus this November 1-12 and discover new technical insights from 60+ software leaders pushing the boundaries. Each will share their solutions, best practices and actionable insights with you to reduce uncertainty on which technologies should be part of your roadmap. Use the code DEARARCHITECTSQP1121 to get $50 off.
Book your spot before October 9th to take advantage of the early bird on top of the $50 discount.

Case Study

Optimising serverless for BBC Online

The BBC makes use of many different technology providers to deliver its online services. We make use of AWS’s Lambda service to deliver the serverless functionality for Web Core.

Web 3.0

The Architecture of a Web 3.0 application

Unlike Web 2.0 applications like Medium, Web 3.0 eliminates the middle man. There’s no centralized database that stores the application state, and there’s no centralized web server where the backend logic resides.
Instead, you can leverage blockchain to build apps on a decentralized state machine that’s maintained by anonymous nodes on the internet.

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