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Fighting Conway’s Law: The Reality of Feature Teams

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Every presentation or article about agile software development or about Microservices architecture can’t be considered scientific nor serious unless it somehow mentions Conway’s law:

“Any organization that designs a system will produce a design whose structure is a copy of the organizat...

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Unless you go too far with the change there are no disadvantages. But what happens when you transform 100% of your engineering org from single function and component teams into feature teams. The disadvantages will show up around the most strategic areas of your product. And you will only feel the p...

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A company Org structure creates communication channels that are reflected in the system design, which results in a situation that the system design is clearly not aligned with the problem domain and with the needs of the business. In other words, you have an org structure that in...

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Not all problems are born equal, hence not all solutions should look alike. Feature teams are probably the right structure for 90% of your org. But there are product areas and problem domains where it’s worth considering other structures.

It can be an area in your product where the ...

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