Designing Distributed Systems

I recently saw a Microsoft post on Twitter advertising this free e-book, so I gave it a go and it’s quite an interesting easy read. It’s only 160 pages, so good stuff for a few evenings. If you are interested in distributed systems..microservices..container and so on, you should read it.

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Designing Distributed Systems

This book gives you an introduction into some of the basic patterns you normally use in distributed systems. If you are like me, you probably will have used at least a few of them but might have not heard the correct “term” of it. That’s fine, I’m really bad it, it’s basically the reason I’m bad at those tech knowledge questions in interviews, where you have to explain pattern xy but you have no idea, until they explain it to you quick and you think, well I have used that for ages. That’s why I like technically discussions about actual work you did more than stupid questions.

Coming back to the book and its content. The book contains four parts:

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