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July 6, 2022

Communication Styles for Distributed Architectures and Microservices

Presented by Neal Ford

Understanding trade-offs, an architecture hard part When teams adopt microservices with an understanding of the structure of the architecture but not of how to get all the pieces to communicate, it’s ...

June 10, 2022

Software architecture by example

Presented by Mark Richards, Neal Ford

Learn how to apply the fundamentals through real-world examples Software architecture is a participation sport. While you can learn a great deal about practices, patterns, coupling, cohesion, and all the other ...

August 10, 2022

Mastering Patterns in Event-Driven Architecture

Presented by Mark Richards

Achieving better responsiveness and scalability in your systems Well-built event-driven architectures leverage asynchronous messaging and event processing to decouple services and maximize your system’s responsiveness, performance, scalability, and elasticity. Unfortunately, with ...

June 17, 2022

Comparing Software Architectures

Presented by Mark Richards, Neal Ford

How to evaluate different architecture solutions The ability to objectively compare architectures is a valuable skill for architects, yet learning how to compare them suffers from an obvious lack—how can someone ...

June 13 & 14, 2022

Implementing Evolutionary Architectures

Presented by Neal Ford

Apply key concepts, build fitness functions, and automate governance An evolutionary architecture supports incremental, guided change across multiple dimensions. The software development ecosystem exists in a state of dynamic equilibrium, where ...

June 22, 2022

Software Architecture Superstream: Soft Skills Are the Hardest Part

Presented by Neal Ford

Developers and architects like to solve technical problems, not people problems. However, as Gerald Weinberg was famous for saying, “No matter what they tell you, it’s always a people problem.” Exceptional ...