Monday, 17 May 2010

Coding the architecture

Today I attended to a free seminar by Simon Brown of Coding the Architecture today at SkillsMatter, London. He delivers a two day day course on Architecture for developers, and gave a  sneak preview, focusing on non functional aspects, and architecture definition. Essentially, how do you go about writing an architecture from scratch. Overall was pretty solid, although he seems to favour RUP as an intermediate between Waterfall and Agile, but I tend to disagree, but I would be interested in hearing the full course to understand his argument.

If you are interested he also wrote a very interesting article on InfoQ... are you an architect? He helps to visualize the many dimensiones of the role, and he emphasizes many social aspects that are usually overlooked, such as how to communicate an architectural principle across the team or teams.

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