Shaping software development teams #3: autonomous teams vs. technical integrity of shared components

This is a follow-up to https://oliverbaier.wordpress.com/2019/03/06/shaping-software-development-teams-2/. Initial post at https://oliverbaier.wordpress.com/2019/03/02/shaping-software-development-teams/.

There are those day where I’m not sure why I bother writing. So I have tried—and failed—to provoke a discussion in this series of posts using quite a few words. Turns out, Simon Brown (of C4 Model fame) can do it in a single tweet:

Autonomous feature teams tend to weaken technical integrity of shared components

While the discussion on my blog isn’t happening, I hope that this Twitter thread will trigger an interesting discussion and yield valuable insights.

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