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Microservices Architecture Handbook: Non-Programmer's Guide for Building Microservices

Narrated by: Ryan Withrow
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Are you a non-coder looking for insight into Microservices Architecture? 

You may be a consultant, advisor, project manager, or a novice in the IT industry...after going through this guide you will be able to appreciate Microservices and other related concepts like SOA, Monolith Architecture, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes, etc. You will also learn about the leaders in Microservices adoption and impact it had on the overall agility and hyper-growth of the adopters. This audiobook covers the complete lifecycle for your understanding on subjects such as: integrating, testing, deploying Microservices, and security concerns while deploying them.

I am confident that after listening to the audiobook you will be able to navigate the discussion with any stakeholder and take your agenda ahead. Additionally, if you are new to the industry and looking for an application development job, this audiobook will help you to prepare with all the relevant information presented to understand the topic.

©2018 Stephen Fleming (P)2018 Stephen Fleming

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A truly awful audio book

No attempt made to deliver for a listening audience. I almost wonder if it were machine read... some sentences are jibberish as if the reader is just reading cells from a table. And the content is all over the place

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  • Carl
  • 18-02-2019

Innacurate content delivered like windows narrator

Frustrating to listen to. The author was lost in the definition of SOA and Microservices.

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  • Rob
  • 15-10-2018

Poor grammar and pronunciation of industry terms

This got the basic idea across. I appreciate the balanced presentation of pros and cons. Based on that (and not yet knowing how “we” do this) I’m not sure I am sold on the approach over traditional SOAP and REST.

There were many times when a singular word was pluralized and plural words were singularized. I don’t know if this was in the text or a narration issue, but this was distracting. Not pronouncing JSON and other industry acronyms was distracting. Consistently using respiratory for repository was also distracting.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-08-2018

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The voice is so difficult to listen to, mainly the fake enthusiasm, vocal fry, and strange cadence.

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  • Andrew jeffery
  • 07-07-2019

Frustrating and dull.

Why take the effort to have the book available on audiobooks and then use a lacklustre monotone voice. Is Ryan a real person? I couldn’t handle the voice.