Architecture

From Design to Design Principles

In the previous blog post, we discussed why design is needed. We saw that using abstractions (functions, classes, modules etc) is a way to allow the code to change safely. We briefly touched on the idea that introducing abstractions has a down side: it can create software that’s difficult to understand. Therefore, the challenge is to …

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Meet software professionals from all over Europe

We invite you to the second edition of the exciting IT event for programmers, testers, technical leaders and managers I T.A.K.E. Unconference 2014. We created it to offer you the opportunity to meet software professionals from all over Europe. Our first confirmed keynote speaker is Michael Feathers, the author of ”Working Effectively with Legacy Code” (Prentice Hall, 2004) and a world renown consultant with over 15  years …

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Agile Architecture Myths #4 Because you are agile you can change your system fast!

(Guest blog post by Rebecca Wirfs-Brock, originally appeared on her blog. Republished with permission.) Agile designers embrace change. But that doesn’t mean change is always easy. Some things are harder to change than others. So it is good to know how to explain this to impatient product stakeholders, program managers, or product owners when they ask …

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Do We Need Architecture when Doing Agile or Lean?

Let’s say you start an agile project. You identify the requirements, write them down as user stories, define your releases, setup the infrastructure. Are you ready to start sprinting? Before we can answer, let’s try adding in more context. I see two different situations:  1. You have one team that will build an application starting …

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I T.A.K.E. Unconference: A learning event

For a couple of years I had an idea: let us organize an event focused for programmers and testers. For them, technical guys and girls that do a lot of work and are the base of any IT business. So, last year during our team retreat (you can see a picture here with us, during …

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Rebecca Wirfs-Brock – Interview with Alex Bolboaca on Architecture, Design, Smalltalk and Programming

Rebecca Wirfs-Brock decided to give us an interview on more topics. She will be a speaker at I T.A.K.E. Unconference, Bucharest, 30-31 May 2013.  During this video she explains the main reasons why she likes this event: the open space and the fact that it is a coding conference. Another topic of the interview is …

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