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How Netflix Will Balance Developers' Needs For Simplicity vs. Microservice Driven Velocity

In a recent article for InfoQ, Margot Krouwer discussed how Netflix is attempting to reconcile developer code and process ownership with multiple services shared across teams in API environments to get the most out of their microservices architecture.
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