Content tagged with: software architecture
Do you want to communicate more effectively? Do you want create better maintainable software? If so, come and listen to this presentation to get some hands on tips on techniques and tools to vizualize your software architecture.
In this article, Simon Brown discusses the impact of the Agile approaches on the conception and representation of software architectures. The main point of the article is that software developers seems to have abandoned the Unified Modeling Language (UML) or just haven’t learned it. The question is then: how would you represent the software architecture?
“Just Enough Software Architecture” is book that provides guidelines and models on how to include just enough architecture in your software development activities, following an Agile approach and using risk as the main criteria on how much architecture to include in your current activity.
This article describes the famous 4+1 View Model of Architecture proposed by Philippe Krutchen. The 4+1 View Model organizes a description of a software architecture using five concurrent views, each of which addresses a specific set of concerns. Architects capture their design decisions in four views and use the fifth to illustrate and validate them.
This article presents how to use Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to create and maintain consistent, correct and communicative software architecture models .