Making Tech Better - Episode 24

Hexagonal architecture, with Ted M. Young

What is hexagonal architecture? Learn how to make your code more testable.

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24 - Hexagonal architecture, with Ted M. Young

24 - Hexagonal architecture, with Ted M. Young

What is hexagonal architecture, and how can it help to make your code more testable? Clare Sudbery talks to Ted M. Young about the benefits and principles of hexagonal architecture, and how it enables you to keep your domain logic independent from the outside world.

Ted M. Young is a trainer, coding coach, speaker, and author who specialises in getting those new to the industry off on the right foot with a focus on testing, domain-driven design, and learning how to learn.

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Episode links: Ted M. Young, Martin Fowler, Michelle Glauser, Techtonica, Alistair Cockburn, Geepaw Hill, Hexagonal Architecture, Clean Architecture, Onion Architecture, Moving Diversity Forward by Vernā Myers.


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