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Discussion on: Why I can't recommend Clean Architecture by Robert C Martin

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plainionist

I agree with you that - even if it might look like that in the beginning - the book is not an easy read.

When having finished reading the book I was really motivated to see the benefits of Uncle Bob's thoughts in practice but I also felt left with many open questions on the details. So I decided to take one of my projects and convert it a "Clean Architecture" according to the presented principles.

I share my experience when "Implementing Clean Architecture" on my blog: plainionist.net/Implementing-Clean...

If you have some time reading through the series, your feedback would be highly welcome!

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Blaine Osepchuk Author

Very interesting. I took a quick look and you've written a small book there. I've bookmarked it and I'll take a look when I have some time to read it but I'm wondering if you would give us a little summary here.

Questions:

  • Did you find changing your architecture to be useful?
  • How hard was it? Was it worth the effort?
  • Did creating boundaries in your system help more than it hurt?
  • How useful was the book in helping you make your architecture decisions on a real-world system?