Lesson 133 - Stovepipe Architecture AntiPattern  
(posted February 28, 2022)

The stovepipe architecture anti-pattern refers to a collection of ill-related ideas, concepts, and components that leads to a brittle architecture. In this lesson mark Richards shows you why this anti-pattern is so significant in today’s software world, and what factors lead to this anti-pattern. Through examples using both monolithic architectures and microservices, Mark illustrates how this anti-pattern emerges, and then finishes the lesson by describing techniques for how to avoid this all-to-common anti-pattern.  


Reference Links:

Lesson 132: Architecture By Implication AntiPattern
Lesson 16: The Challenge of Architecture Teams
Software Architecture Monday: 
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Fundamentals of Software Architecture: https://amzn.to/3rgFLjY
Software Architecture: The Hard Parts: https://amzn.to/3BjMMF2

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