Innovation and automation: Examining development in a multi-tenant world
Right now, students all over the country are leaving home, starting university, and moving into their halls of residence. From my experience, that’s usually a single building, teeming with rooms, where they can get to know one another, collaborate on ideas, and share student facilities, like cooking. It’s a cheaper way of living too.
A true multi-tenant architecture, in other words.
This got me thinking about software development within that same multi-tenanted architecture.
First things first:...