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Architecture and Design InfoQ Trends Report

Source: infoq.com

Jan 24, 2019 8:38 AM 4+ week ago

An overview of how the InfoQ editorial team see the architecture and design (A&D) topic evolving in 2019, which focuses on fundamental architectural patterns, framework usage, and design skills.Read more.

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