Thank you. I really enjoyed reading this.
In my expriance hexagonal architecture is a great way to make software modular and flexible. It helps separate core business logic from external dependencies and infrastructure. However, hexagonal architecture can also have some potential drawbacks. It may increase complexity, development time, and testing overhead if team does not prepred well.
Additionally, there's a risk of overengineering the architecture. It's important to keep the architecture simple and flexible while still meeting the system's needs. In addition, adopting hexagonal architecture may require additional training and education for developers who aren't familiar with the design pattern, resulting in a longer learning curve.