Lesson 138 - Dynamic Quantum Entanglement  
(posted May 9, 2022)

Dynamic quantum entanglement occurs in software architecture when two or more architectural quanta are joined due to the sharing of resources (such as a UI or a database) or making synchronous calls from one quantum to another. Wait, what was that? In this lesson Mark Richards continues the discussion of REST vs. messaging by first introducing what is meant by an architectural quantum, and then demonstrating why the choice between synchronous and asynchronous communication is so significant and matters so much in architecture. 

Reference Links:

Software Architecture Monday: https://bit.ly/3dadEe3
Fundamentals of Software Architecture: https://amzn.to/3rgFLjY
Software Architecture: The Hard Parts: https://amzn.to/3BjMMF2

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