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A #journey to unknown! 🥰✌️

Nobody can help you out
It's only you, who can help yourself
To stay up, to stay motivated, to not fall, and to get up stronger even if you fall
You're the only one to lift yourself up
You're the only one to wipe your tears
As only you know what you're going through
Believe me
It's a journey to make you stronger and better
To help you cross bigger obstacles in future
These things won't even matter few years from now
But for now it does, and I understand the pain
But nobody else will, feel the same as you do
So only you can cure it
By putting a smile on your face
And getting back on track with more /confidence and determination
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The progression from coding to designing architectures is the practice of refactoring the structure and behavior of elements, at increasingly higher levels of scale.

#softwareDesign #softwareArchitecture
... where system elements can be

field/ var/ param -> method/ function/ procedure -> class -> aggregate/ composite/ collection -> module/ package -> application/ service -> sub-system -> system -> system of systems

#codenewbie #systemDesign
... where at each level of scale, the goal of refactoring is to win the trade-offs between time, cost, quality

#architects #management #visionary #leadership
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Ludwig Wittgenstein's unremitting determination to achieve simple, functional elegance for his sister's house reduced to tears the man responsible for making the doors & resulted in a year-long wait for the radiators frieze.com/article/pictur…
Wittgenstein’s fixation on correct proportion cul­minated in him deciding, after the house was finished, to raise the ceiling of one enormous room by *three centimetres*. And #architects have a reputation for being nitpicky frieze.com/article/pictur…
It took Ludwig Wittgenstein a year to design the door handles for his sister Margaret's house
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@InfoQ on #Microservices
microservice architectural pattern is best used for implementing the "breadth" of business functionality. Engineers should avoid building deep call chains of services, as this can increase the probability of failure 1/2
Deep chains in #Microservices can also increase the challenges of locating and diagnosing issues. Code libraries can often be used more effectively to implement "depth" within services.
Good advice for #architects dealing with issues. Thanks @InfoQ 2/2
#developers should avoid building highly-coupled distributed #systems. Instead, they should build "resilient federations" based on standard domain-driven design (DDD) federations of services for implementing #Microservices
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#PSA #share/#RT #Austin
#mustwatch this very well done & COMPELLING video.
via @YouTube "Scenario-based modeling is d only way to beta-test development code" w/drawings & explanations from #ATX #architects who beta-tested #CodeNEXT.
#Austinites #info 1/3
Great huge #shoutout to Chris & Gina Allen for the work thats gone into d beta testing & presentation for #COAcityOfficials on behalf of many of us #Austin #homeowners/#TaxPayers. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
Please #share/#RT & make sure #Austinites r aware 2/3
#WakeUpATX #CodeNEXT NOT about #HousingForAll! #MayorLier & 6 other clowns (Natasha,Garza,Renteria,Casar, Flannigan, Paige) voted to allow #hotels n Mixed Use zones replacing possible residential. @austintexasgov staff says needed 4hotels.
#Recall info ourtownaustin.org 3/3
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