Thoughts on adopting a clean architecture for microservices

I had the opportunity to launch a new microservice and based on a clean architecture. Clean architecture is used in many places such as backends, frontends, and apps. However, there is no definite method, and I think everyone is doing trial and error. In this article, I would like to share with you some thoughts on adopting a clean architecture.




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