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Vertically Integrated Architectures: Versioned Data Models, Implicit Services, and Persistence-Aware Programming

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Understand how and why the separation between layers and tiers in service-oriented architectures holds software developers back from being truly productive, and how you can remedy that problem.

Strong processes and development tools can help developers write more complex software, but large amounts of code can still be directly deduced from the underlying database model,
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Paperback, 244 pages
Published March 13th 2019 by Apress
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Sebastian Gebski
Apr 11, 2019 rated it liked it
A truly interesting read. But I'm not so sure whether it's a REALLY good one ...
This book is great when it comes to *emphasizing* problems.
Really - and in fact there's a lot of value in that.
It brings up very clear examples of why layering means overhead or why "microservice-style" data ownership ends up in major inefficiencies. I haven't found any other book that pinpoints those issues so well.

The problem is that (IMHO) it fails utterly when it comes to ... solutions. I don't mind vertical
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James Snape
Should have been published as an academic paper

Nice ideas but I’m somewhat frustrated that I can’t use any of this as the solutions offered do not exist. It’s also sufficiently different that I can take any learning into my other programming activities. It’s not like being able to use functional programming techniques in imperative code.

Once you realise this the remainder of the book feels like a waste of time to read.

If it were released as a paper with accompanying prototype software it would
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Lolo
Jan 30, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: computer-science
This is a critical evaluation of the current software architectures. The insight is very valuable, but the proposed solutions are theoretical, or non-applicable. It was nice to read, but for the active developer it provides nothing useful to the day-to-day job.
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