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Episode @006: Modular Monoliths with Simon Brown
Simon Brown: simonbrown.je | @simonbrown | Software Architecture for Developers | Simon blogs at Coding the Architecture This episode is sponsored by Pivotal and ThoughtWorks. 02:13 - Simon’s Background and Career Path Thus Far 04:20 - Structurizr and Software Tooling The C4 Software Architecture Model 08:44 - Architecture Concepts in Programming Languages and an Architecturally Evident Coding Style 12:24 - Organization of Code and Software Systems; Microservices The Moose Technology...
Episode @005: Evolutionary Architecture with Neal Ford
Neal Ford: @neal4d | nealford.com This episode is sponsored by Pivotal and ArchConf 2017 01:36 - Neal’s Background and Career Path Thus Far Clipper Development Delphi Bulletin Board Systems (BBSs) 11:52 - Evolutionary Architecture and Evolvability Neal and Rebecca Parsons on Microservices as an Evolutionary Architecture Neal’s Evolutionary Architecture Podcast Episode on Software Engineering Daily Neal and Rebecca Parsons Discuss Evolutionary Architecture on the Thoughtworks Tech Leaders...
Episode @004: The New Normal with Michael Nygard
Michael Nygard: @mtnygard | Wide Awake Developers (Mike’s Blog) | The Cognitect Blog | Release It! Design and Deploy Production-Ready Software This episode is sponsored by Pivotal. 01:42 - Mike’s Background and Career Path Thus Far 02:59 - Complex Systems The Complexity Explorer 06:22 - Continuous Partial Failure and Looking at Microservices Mike’s New Normal Blog Series 11:23 - “Agile”: Why? 14:03 - Antifragility Blog Post: From Resilient to Antifragile Nassim Taleb’s Antifragile Normal...
Episode 3 - Mark Richards on the Evolution of Software Architecture
My guest today is my good friend Mark Richards. Mark is an independent hands-on software architect, with 20 of his 30 years of experience in the industry playing some type of architecture role on a myriad of different software projects. He is the author of several books including Java Message Service, 2nd Edition, and is featured in the book 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know. In addition to that he is a frequent speaker on the conference circuit (which is how we met), and...
Episode 1 - Tim Berglund on Distributed Systems
My guest for this show is Tim Berglund, Vice President of Developer Education at DataStax. We start by discussing the unique challenges of distributed systems for architects, eventually landing on the most important piece of distributed systems advice a software architect can receive. We then dive into types of distributed systems and how to build up one's skill set in this important area.