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Team Topologies by Matthew    Skelton
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it was amazing

Team structures must match the required software architecture or risk producing unintended designs.

A must-read for anyone in a technical leadership role. Team Topologies explains the principles and patterns for successful team structures and efficient interactions between teams. The book is very concrete, practical, and contains useful examples.

While the content wasn't all new to me, I found it very well structured (ha), and it gave me fresh food for thought. We use many of the principles outlined here at Vinted, but often do it implicitly. I think that it might be worth considering making it explicit and base it on this book.
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March 31, 2020 – Shelved
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Erika Would you say its worth reading and if potentially some new ideas might appear for project/client based company and not for product based?

Mindaugas Mozūras @Erika I think that a lot of the principles still apply for project/client based companies, especially if those projects are bigger in scope.

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