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“Lego” is often considered ideal when discussing software modularity and reuse. This is because the core concept of stacking bricks is so engaging, and being able to assemble software in the same way, sounds like an intuitively applicable analogy. But is it?
Yes, the design of Lego bricks and kits provides some profound lessons for software design, particularly when it comes to complex systems. Of course, you can build software like Lego, but it is not just about standard interfaces and universal connectivity. Design and architecture still matter.