Podcast: Make my Monolith a Micro
On this week’s episode, the crew chats about Sara’s month working remote from Miami in a house full of nomad programmers. We argue over the pros and cons of monoliths vs microservices. And last but not least, we admit we’re all terrible managers in our own special way.
You can find the podcast and article that inspired our monolith chat here. It’s the second of Kelsey Hightower’s “Unpopular Opinions” series.
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Last but not least, our 2020 Developer Survey is open. It takes about 15-20 minutes to complete, and we want to hear from as many coders as possible, regardless of age, experience, or occupation.
This week’s episode was sponsored by mParticle. What could you do with better data? PMs, developers, and data analysts at customer-obsessed companies like Spotify and Airbnb use mParticle to unify and validate their customer data, streamline their growth stack, to guide product, and make business decisions. Visit mparticle.com/stack to learn what mParticle can do for you.Tags: bulletin, microservices, monoliths, stackoverflow, the stack overflow podcast
The first 13 minutes is a huge waste of time. If you just want to listen to what they have to say about the subject – ffwd to 13:00.
You talked about a house full of programmers working remotely. What were the rules about using mechanical keyboards?