Another Standard Model


Back in 2004 I summarized the new Standard Model of computing. I was taught its predecessor, which included:

By 2004, that had become:

So what’s in the standard model of the early 2020s? Based on my experience over the last four years, my first stab is:

Lots of substitutions are obviously possible, like Mongo instead of a relational database or Linear instead of GitHub for issues, but I think this is the baseline against which variations are defined. If I’ve missed anything or included anything that you think people don’t now take for granted, please let me know.