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How to Speak the Language of Application Architecture

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How do you begin to engineer the world’s best software application? As you live in an Agile world today, how do you use architecture disciplines like Kruchten 4+1, UML, TOGAF, and Zachman? What do they mean? Where do you start?

In this talk, Brad Beiermann will take you on a journey through the past, present and future disciplines of being a software architect. This talk will equip you with the concepts of continuous design, and what it means to be design driven in today’s fast paced development environment.

🔗Slides: https://www.slideshare.net/BradBeiermann/the-language-of-application-architecture

Talk by Brad Beiermann at the July, 17, 2018 meeting of Software Craftsmanship McHenry County. Their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgQevmRtF0f_7d3vOVAUomw

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  1. This was incredibly eye opening. Who would’ve thought that design and planning would still be a vital part of Agile? I have been in many organizations lately where no design or architecture was modeled and all of a sudden new developers need to be onboarded and the original consultant is no longer with the team! Talk about expensive ramp up.

  2. garry sohi

    I know html, css, js, reactjs for frontend, python for backend, and mysql. Now I want to understand how to glue these together, build an application and deploy on server.
    What do I need to learn next?
    Is this the right video?

  3. Pradnya J

    Thank you for sharing this @freecodecamp. I like how the speaker provided a logical flow of how to work through the architecture through a real example. Such a simple explanation! The uml diagrams he walked through make so much more sense now!

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