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5 Anti-Patterns in Designing APIs
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by Ali Kheyrollahi on Feb 23, 2016 |

Ali Kheyrollahi elaborates on the Client-Server tenet of REST which focuses on separation of concerns and responsibilities between the client and the server.


Ali Kheyrollahi is a distributed systems pragmatist, a machine learning enthusiast, and a solution architect building web scale solutions, trying to marry scalability with performance. He loves HTTP, API design and business-modelling DDD-style. An Open Source author and blogger, he tries to give back to the community what he has gratefully taken from it.

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