eWeek: Microservices Could Lead to Software Factories

Find out how the effort to make software creation easier might lead to the emergence of software factories

In this Q&A, Matt McLarty, team lead at the API Academy, discusses microservices, the API economy and how the ongoing effort to make it easier for developers to create software might even lead to the emergence of “software factories”.

The Author

Matt McLarty

Team Lead

Matt McLarty is an experienced software architect who leads the API Academy at CA Technologies. He helps organizations with their strategy and architecture for APIs, microservices and enterprise integration. Matt recently co-authored the book Microservice Architecture for O’Reilly, with his API Academy colleagues.

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