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I've seen a lot of comments here about microservices.

At work we are transforming also, so I'm in the process of setting up a personal environment for it.

I'm also joining a Hackerspace and pitching for it next week ( hands-on learning).

About the architecture, not much made "sense" in practice untill I encountered Akka, which uses the Actor model for creating microservices.

It's seems like a much better approach then everything I learned elsewhere.

Does anyone already have experience with it? ( Ps. Akka.net exist also)






I use elixir, same thing. The erlang VM is very powerful and makes separation of concerns easy. Splitting an app apart is hard because you get boundaries wrong, but there is no way to scale without adding more complexity somewhere.



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