Software Architecture Hour with Neal Ford the Future of Software with Martin Fowler

To meet the critical needs of modern business, software must now be able to react quickly to changes, allowing new features to be conceived, developed, and put into production rapidly. This requirement to respond fluently to changes has an important impact upon the architecture of a software system:...

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Corporate Authors: O'Reilly for Higher Education (Firm), distributor (distributor), Safari, an O'Reilly Media Company (-)
Other Authors: Ford, Neal, presenter (presenter), Fowler, Martin, author (author)
Format: Online Video
Language:Inglés
Published: O'Reilly Media, Inc 2022.
Edition:1st edition
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Summary:To meet the critical needs of modern business, software must now be able to react quickly to changes, allowing new features to be conceived, developed, and put into production rapidly. This requirement to respond fluently to changes has an important impact upon the architecture of a software system: software has to be built in such a way that it's able to adapt to unexpected changes in features and can be regularly revised and refactored to meet a product's goals. Join us for a special conversation with Neal Ford and software development thought leader and ThoughtWorks chief scientist Martin Fowler. They'll explore the interplay between the shift toward Agile thinking and the technical patterns and practices that make Agile software development practical. While the specifics of technology can change rapidly, the fundamental best practices and patterns you'll learn are more stable and will allow you to respond more fluently to changes. Neal and Martin spend a few minutes covering the trends in software architecture that are driving the need for change, then tell you what you need to know to stay ahead of the curve. What you'll learn and how you can apply it Learn how to make Agile software development practical See what's coming next with software architecture This recording of a live event is for you because ... You want to better understand what you can do to improve your software architecture. You want to discover ways to adapt to unexpected changes in features. Recommended follow-up: Read Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code (book) Read Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture (book) Read Software Architecture: The Hard Parts (book) Read Fundamentals of Software Architecture (book) Take Software Architecture by Example (live online training course with Mark Richards and Neal Ford) Take Comparing Software Architectures (live online training course with Mark Richards and Neal Ford).
Physical Description:1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 58 min.)