Effective Software Architectures
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Last updated on 2016-06-02
About the Book
This book serves as learning guide for the iSAQB e.V. CPSA-F (Certified Professional for Software Architecture - Foundation Level) examination.
- explains the CPSA-Foundation curriculum
- describes the examination process
- explains the types of examination questions
- collects numerous references and links
- contains an extensive glossary of important terms
It explains many (examination-relevant) fundamentals, but is no extensive textbook, but assumes working knowledge and experience in practical software development.
- Revision History
Part I: iSAQB Certification and Curriculum
I-1 iSAQB Software Architecture Certification
- The iSAQB e.V. Association
I-2 iSAQB Foundation Overview
- I-2.1 Structure of the Foundation Level Curriculum?
- I-2.2 What Does the CPSA-Foundation Level Achieve?
- I-2.3 Prerequisites for CPSA-F Certification
- I-2.4 Relevance of Topics for the Examination
- I-2.5 What is NOT Covered
I-3 iSAQB Foundation Curriculum in Detail
- Curriculum Chapter 1: Basic concepts of software architectures
- Curriculum Chapter 2: Design and Development of Software Architectures
- Curriculum Chapter 3: Specification and Communication of Software Architectures
- Curriculum Chapter 4: Software Architectures and Quality
- Curriculum Chapter 5: Tools for software Architects
- Curriculum Chapter 6: Examples of Software Architecture
I-4 Preparation for the Foundation-Level Certification
- I-4.1 Examination Process
- I-4.2 Types of Examination Questions
- I-5 Advanced Level Certification
- I-1 iSAQB Software Architecture Certification
Part II: Effective Software Architecture
II-1. Software Architecture and Software Architects
- II-1.1 Definition(s) of Software Architecture
- II-1.2 Goals of Software Architecture
- II-1.3 Role and Tasks of Software Architects
- II-1.4 How Much Architecture?
- II-2. Methodically Designing Software Architectures
II-3. Principles and Patterns of Software Architecture
- II-3.1 Design Principles
- II-3.2 Architecture Styles and Patterns
- II-3.3 Design Patterns
II-4. Communicating Software Architecture
- II-4.1 Architecture is More Than Code
- II-4.2 Communication, Documentation, Specification?
- II-4.3 Fundamental Requirements for Technical Documentation
- II-4.4 Use A Template for Communication
- II-4.5 Use Architectural Views
II-5. Analyzing and Evaluating Software Architectures
- II-5.1 Quantitative Evaluation
- II-5.2 Qualitative Evaluation
- II-1. Software Architecture and Software Architects
Part III: Appendices
- Appendix A: Glossary of Terms
- Appendix B: Further Reading
- Appendix C: Also From Gernot
- Appendix D: About the Author
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