Perfecting the business structure

In programming we learn that we should not overcomplicate the architecture of our code. Yes, larger code bases may need a little bit more structure and benefit from certain architectural constructs that would be totally out of place in smaller code bases.

Sometimes though it's hard to resist using these constructs in code, since we imagine our tiny app being larger than it actually is, or because we think it soon will be. Interestingly, when structuring companies very similar pitfalls seem to exist.

Poor OmniDev head of engineering Liz and her friend Jennefer, who's head of marketing, are about to find out: (click on the image for a larger version)

Stay tuned for the next instalment!

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