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How do you go about being a 'software architect'? Is this role dead in our world of 'agile' now?
This is a short guidebook for those people who lead software development and are looking for help on what they could be doing and how they could be going about guiding the strategic technical details of a project or product.
It's all about Objectives, Principles & Outcomes, so let's get scientific about how we approach guiding software architecture.
Here's the current Table of Contents that's guiding the writing:
- Thriving on Change
- Innovation and Experimentation
- Speed and Competition
- Human Comprehsibility
- Mechanical Sympathy
- Separation of Concerns
- Loos Coupling
- Idempotency & Safety
- Data Flows & Data Science
- Hexagons, Life Preservers and Change
- Events & Event Driven Architectures
- Reactive Microservices
- Simian Armies
- Cloud Native
- Continuous Deployment
- Modular Monoliths
- Systems that are Easier to Strangle
- Experimentation, Innovation & Competition
About the Author
Russ Miles is the "Biker Software Monk" and Chief Scientist at Simplicity Itself, a global consultancy dedicated to helping enterprises get the benefits out of the latest software architectures and data strategies.