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Link Roundup, 8/14/14: Test-Driven Development: Dead or Alive?

Test-Driven Development: Dead or Alive?

Back in the Spring, a single blog post sparked a debate that on the surface seems absurd. Is TDD actually useful and still relevant? 257 more words

Software Architecture

Free SEI Webinar 9/11: Architecture Analysis with AADL

Date: September 11, 2014
Time: 1:30 p.m. ET – 2:30 p.m. ET     
Cost: Complimentary

Register.

About the Webinar 217 more words

Software Architecture

Link Roundup, July 29, 2014: The Cloud

The Cloud

The Future Looks “Foggy” for Cloud Computing: Greg Otto at FedScoop reports on cloudlets and cyberforaging, potential solutions for bandwidth problems at the edge of the cloud, from a talk given by the Software Engineering Institute’s Grace Lewis at the  100 more words

Software Architecture

Anthony Tsakiris on Facilitating the Mini Quality Attributes Workshop, Will Chaparro and Michael Keeling, SATURN 2014 Presentation

by Anthony Tsakiris
Ford Motor Company

Architecture development activities as presented in books, articles, and classes are sometimes “heavy” – that is, they require a lot of time and people resources relative to what is available. 285 more words

Software Architecture

Russ Miller on Engineering Velocity: Continuous Delivery at Netflix, Dianne Marsh, SATURN 2014 Keynote

by Russell Miller
Vice President of Technology Services at Impulse.com
Co-host of Architectural Concepts podcast

At SATURN 2014 there were a number of excellent sessions on DevOps and Continuous Delivery; one of those was Dianne Marsh’s keynote entitled, “Engineering Velocity: Continuous Delivery at Netflix.” Dianne is the director of engineering tools at Netflix, a company that has led the way in terms of continuous delivery. 454 more words

Software Architecture

Link Roundup, July 10, 2014: Internet of Things

Internet of Things

Being Forgotten in the Internet of Things: Nick Malik at Microsoft Developer Network’s Inside Architecture discusses a complication in European citizens’ new “right to be forgotten” and proposes a solution. 107 more words

Architecture-Centric Practices

Podcast: Amazing Architectures Don't Happen by Accident

At the Architectural Concepts Podcast, SATURN 2014 Technical Chair Michael Keeling discusses techniques for exploring and uncovering the shortest path to amazing architectures, mapping the idea of design modes to software architecture. 22 more words

Software Architecture