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What is Knowledge and Learning to the Organization I Work for? – And how does it Affect Me?

In a small IT company, each architect can have a personal connection to all other architects and developers in the organization. However, as a company grows such a direct connection is no longer possible. For companies with several hundreds of employees, this can be very problematic. Time gets wasted searching for solutions that already exist …

How to Be (Less) Wrong! From EQ to Mentoring, how to open your and fellow architect’s minds up to embracing new, and abandoning some old, ideas…

Software architecture is philosophy that leads to all the hard-to-change decisions in our socio-technical solutions, and so it is completely natural that software architecture is chock full of tenacious ideas. Some prove to work, most do not, but those ideas, and the behaviours that they underpin, frequently stand the test of time regardless of how …

Data som strategisk resurs [SV]

Region Västerbotten har tagit fram en ny målarkitektur för data som strategisk resurs. Vad innebär det att data är en strategisk resurs för hälsa och sjukvården och hur har regionen arbetat för att ta fram målarkitekturen? Vi tar en titt på målarkitekturen samt arbetet med att ta fram den. Vi kommer också titta på värdet …

Strategically driven software modularity

In today’s app-store-driven business environment, many traditional hardware companies find themselves in a position where their hardware products, which were once the essence of the business, are now merely a vehicle to carry software products and services. Hardware is increasingly becoming  “commodities” with very few physical differences, instead diversification comes from what software is hiding …

Software Architecture: Lessons from Nature

The software industry has evolved rapidly over the past half-century, giving us numerous new patterns, processes, fads, fashions and failures. Yet with conspicuous frequency, we often find ourselves converging on architectural paradigms that seem to resemble long-established natural principles. So why might this be? As human beings we tend to think rather highly of ourselves …