Removability over Maintainability

We’re making the most significant decisions when we’re dumbest. We don’t know our domain, and we don’t know the tech stack, yet we’re trying to guess the best option and present it as wise architecture decisions. Why is that?

I think that we're optimising for the wrong factors. Maintainance is an important aspect of our systems, but should we optimise for it? What if our system won't ever need maintenance, or maybe just a portion? How do we know what parts will survive?

We'll discuss that during the talk and learn how to be frank with ourselves. How to embrace risk and chaos, knowing that our systems might not end up as we initially were guessing. How to accept that leftovers may be stronger than complex but fragile design.

Oskar Dudycz

Event Sourcerer

Wrocław, Poland


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