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arc42 by Example
Communicating Software Architectures with arc42
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All you need to introduce arc42 for better architecture communication, specification and documentation:

A collection of practical arc42 examples together with a huge collection of 200 effective tips and and a huge FAQ.

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arc42 by Example

arc42 by Example

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This book contains several real-world software architectures, documented with the practical arc42 template.

You will learn about the inner workings of a chess engine, a huge CRM system, a cool web system to track biking activities and an extremely small menu-bar application.

Each of the examples starts with a brief description of the problem domain, including the quality requirements, before we explain the system context with all the external interfaces. Then we dive into an overview of the solution strategy to prepare you for the implementation building blocks and runtime scenarios (as major architectural views).

Later on we explain the crosscutting concepts of every architecture and its implementation.

You will learn that documentation can be compact, helpful and easy-to-read.

Communicating Software Architectures with arc42

Communicating Software Architectures with arc42

Lean, effective & painless documentation
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This practical guide shows how you can effectively apply the practical and well-proven arc42 template to design, develop and document your software architecture. It contains more than 200 concrete and pragmatical tips how to improve your architecture communication and documentation:

  • immediately actionable tips
  • arc42 for practical software development
  • effective communication and documentation of software architectures
  • arc42 to construct, design and implement new systems
  • arc42 to document existing system
  • arc42 for { large | medium | small } systems
  • tools for arc42: wikis, asciidoc, modeling tools an others
  • frequently asked questions around arc42

About the Authors

Gernot Starke
Gernot Starke

Gernot Starke (innoQ Fellow) is a long-term traveller in IT-country and has been consulting mid- to large enterprises on methodical software engineering, -development and -architecture. He authored several books on software architecture, patterns and etiquette of software development. He received a PhD in computer science from J.Kepler University in Linz in 1995.

Gernot co-founded arc42 way back in 2005 and has since then applied it successfully on several IT-systems in finance, logistics, telecommunications, automotive and the public sector.

He is founder and committer of the architecture improvement method (aim42.org), the systematic approach to software modernization and evolution. Back in 2009, Gernot co-founded the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB e.V.), a non-profit organization for the advancement of software architecture education and training.

In some former life he worked as technical director for the Object Reality Center Cologne (ORC), a venture of Sun Microsytems Inc.

Gernot lives in Cologne, Germany with his wife and two kids.

Michael Simons
Michael Simons

Michael Simons is a father of two, husband, geek, programmer and passionate biker. He works as a developer and software architect for ENERKO Informatik for more than 15 years now with a focus on geographic information systems for utilities and price calculation at the energy market.

Michael took his apprenticeship at the FZ Jülich and studies at FH Aachen: Campus Jülich. He is a PRINCE2 ® Registered Practitioner and sometimes torn between the roles of an architect and project manager.

Michael is a dedicated blogger and engaged in various open source projects, you'll find his stuff at michael-simons.eu.

Stefan Zörner
Stefan Zörner

From the Bayer AG via IBM and oose to embarc. Stefan Zörner represents twenty years of experience in IT and still looks forward excitedly. He supports clients in solving architecture and implementation issues. In vivid workshops he demonstrates practical design tools and spreads enthusiasm for real architecture work.

Peter Hruschka
Peter Hruschka

Peter Hruschka (Principal of the Atlantic Systems Guild) is an avid advocat for pragmatic software engineering techniques. As trainer, consultant and book author he is working since more than 40 years with large and small IT-companies all over the world, often on embedded real-time systems in the automotive, medical or telecom industry as well as data warehouse projects in banking and manufacturing.

He received a PhD in computer science from Technical University of Vienna. Peter co-founded arc42, the home of the architecture template,  as well as the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB e.V.), both non-profit organizations for software architecture and training.

In his former life Peter developed and marketed modeling tools, supporting more than 10000 licensees on all continents.

Peter and his wife live in Aachen, Germany. When they are not working they can be found in beautiful spots trying to hit small white balls into holes that are far away.

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