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Evolutionary Architecture by Example ๐Ÿš€

Hey there, fellow developers and architects!

We're thrilled to introduce our latest project, the "Evolutionary Architecture by example" repository. This collaborative effort, brought to you by Maciej Jedrzejewski and me, represents countless hours of dedication and hard work. Join us on a journey into the intricate world of architectural evolution within the .NET ecosystem.

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Navigate the complex landscape of .NET software architecture with our step-by-step, story-like guide. Unpack the interplay between modular monoliths, microservices, domain-driven design, and various architectural patterns. Go beyond the one-size-fits-all solutions and understand how to blend these approaches based on your unique needs.

Evolutionary Architecture



There are many repositories that describe software and solution architecture in .NET. As there is no single definition of software architecture, they combine several topics:

  • Deployment strategies like Modular Monolith and Microservices

  • Domain-Driven Design

  • Clean, Onion, Hexagonal Architecture

  • Infrastructure

as if each of the above were the only possible solution. And that is the problem - it is very rare that any single material shows you a concrete decision path or mix of the above approaches.

Often the examples you find are either tooโ€ฆ

What's Inside ๐Ÿ—๏ธ

  • In-depth explorations of various architectural styles
  • Real-world examples that vividly depict the context and interactive approach to architectural thinking
  • One of architecture evolutionary steps diagrams
  • Code samples and comprehensive documentation to help you hit the ground running

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Our primary goal with this project is not just to showcase architectural styles but to provide you with a comprehensive resource for understanding how architecture can adapt and thrive in the ever-changing landscape of software development.

Why 'Evolutionary Architecture'? ๐Ÿ’ก

We firmly believe that architecture should not be a one-size-fits-all concept. Instead, it should evolve and adapt as projects and requirements evolve. Our repository aims to empower developers like you with the knowledge and examples needed to make informed architectural decisions.

We Want Your Feedback ๐Ÿค”

We're eager to hear your thoughts, feedback, and contributions. Dive into the repo and let us know what you think! Your input will play a crucial role in shaping the future of this project.

Feel free to explore, fork, and contribute to the codebase. Your expertise can help make this resource even more valuable to the community.

Thank you for joining us on this exciting journey into the world of evolutionary architecture. We can't wait to see how it benefits your projects and your understanding of architecture in the .NET ecosystem.

Stay curious, stay innovative, and happy coding! ๐Ÿš€

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