hexagonal architecture

Ever since I heard of it (around 1998 or so) I’ve been trying to persuade people to think in terms of Alistair Cockburn’s hexagonal architecture model. To me, it takes away so many of the pointless debates, and makes modelling and developing any new system so much simpler. Thanks Alistair!

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    thanks in advance!

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