Software Architecture Decisions

Dan North offers several strategies to help you improve your software architecture decision-making. Software architecture isn’t just the static “shape” of your software. It’s the set of decisions that define it, enabling – or inhibiting – change, evolution and improvement over time. It is also the decisions about how you verify, deploy, version, manage and monitor an application. Each of these decisions is a trade-off: there are no Best Practices. Some decisions can have a huge forward impact, and it isn’t always obvious which ones! He won’t tell you whether to prefer stability or uncertainty, DRYness or coupling, latency or throughput, manual or automated testing.

Video producer: Norwegian Developers Conference