Lesson 101 - Components and Root Namespaces 
(November 23, 2020)

Software development and software architecture intersect in many ways. One of those intersections is the definition and corresponding implementation of architectural components - the building blocks of an application. In this lesson Mark Richards describes the definition of an architectural component, a root namespace, and explains the concept of “orphaned classes” - classes residing in a root package. While this is a common practice, Mark shows how it can have devastating architectural implications, particularly when migrating monolithic applications to microservices.

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Software Architecture: The Hard Parts: https://amzn.to/3BjMMF2
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