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How to be wrong

Being wrong is often seen as the worst thing that can happen™, especially when you architect, build, and run business-critical applications and services. But the increased velocity of modern software development, plus the increased need for systems to be resilient, reliable, and right has increased the pressure on teams, and in particular architects, exponentially. Never …

När arkitekten tar över världen [SV]

Ali Ghoce berättar om resan från arkitekt till grundare av ett bolag som är värderat till 1 miljard SEK, Gordon Delivery, som erbjuder spännande teknik och intressanta lösningar kring last-mile delivery. Hur långt kommer man med arkitektens tankesätt? Vad måste man tänka på utanför det? Är världen verkligen så som vi tror att den är …

How to Architect Something Really Big

This talk will give you a behind-the-scenes look into building hyperscale cloud platform services for Azure at Microsoft, using the upcoming Azure Event Hubs Premium event streaming service as an example. Clemens will discuss architectural considerations for single- and multi-tenancy, for shared and isolated resources, will talk about failure modes and failure domains and availability …

Team Topologies in action: early results from industry

In this talk we explore how several different organizations from around the world have begun to adopt the principles and patterns from Team Topologies and how these changes have helped to improve software delivery. We will look at examples from these organizations: → Footasylum gives fashion-focused youth a multi-branded retail experience mixing global sportswear household …

// WORKSHOP // Strategy Execution and Alignment: Powered by Architecture

Business architecture is now increasingly being recognized as a key enabler of strategy execution by organizations, industry associations, and even in academia.  The benefits of helping organizations with effective end-to-end strategy execution and alignment not only bridges a unique and important gap but can also bring new relevance to the entire enterprise architecture team as …

Philosophy of architecture

The argument about what an architect is or isn’t is endless. This talk takes a step back from the old cliches about alignment and whether or not we should code and instead looks at the historical perspective through the wider lens of the philosophy of science. Who are we? Why do we think the way …