I love the book “Team Topologies”.
It’s one of those annoying books that’s so full of good stuff that if you highlight what’s worth remembering, you end up highlighting the entire book (and then you think to yourself: “well, that was useless”.
First, a quick refresher about those terms I used.
Hang on, what ways? If you’ve read some DevOps literature, you’ve certainly come across Gene Kim’s Three Ways, his core principles underlying the DevOps approach.
If you’re starting a new company, or a new team, something critical will happen: the people you hire, their skills and interests, will define how they work together… and that will invariably shape your architecture.
Excuse me, what number again? Maybe you’ve heard of Dunbar’s number. It’s the maximum number of people you can have a stable social relationship with: the kind where you know the other person, at least somewhat.