Software For The Full-Stack Era | TechCrunch

Alan Brown at Surrey alerted me to the following article from Tech Crunch charting the rise of “no-stack technology” – organisations that do not build their underlying technology stacks at all – instead relying on “API-based micro-services that package up a lot of underlying capability”. 

via Software For The Full-Stack Era | TechCrunch.

For me this reminds me of the desires of Component Based Software Engineering but with a realisation that the components here are far more complete, isolated and self-managing and that this enables complex business processes to be automated without the overhead of a complex stack.

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