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Towards Successful Resilient Software Design

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Jan 8, 2019 6:58 AM 1+ week ago

In this article, Uwe Friedrichsen explains the “why” and “what” of resilient software design, discusses the challenges he has met most often in recent years, and shares his thoughts on how to implement resilient software design in your organisation.Read more.

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