Mark Hindsbo from Microsoft interviews
Mickey Williams and David Pallmann of
Neudesic. They discuss the impact of Cloud Computing as it relates to the application developer, the enterprise, and the impact on consulting organizations.
In this interview,
Kevin Israel, Visual Studio Team System
MVP, shares with
Zhiming Xue his thoughts on implementation of a hybrid architecture based on SOA and ROA in the enterprise space. Kevin explains what Resource Oriented Architecture (ROA) is and, through examples, highlights its key…
There are many disciplines that a software architect must master in order to do the job: requirements definition, use cases, modeling, layering, object orientation, service orientation, methodologies, and so on. In addition, as we are typically project
leaders, we are usually tasked with mentoring…
When designing and developing frameworks, it can be challenging to create them in a fashion that enables them to evolve over time.
Krzysztof Cwalina, a Program Manager on the .NET Framework team, discusses strategies for designing reusable libraries with
Quality Attributes (Non-functional requirements) as first class citizens of a project? Too far fetched?
Len Bass, co-author of
Software Architecture in Practice and longstanding member of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), thinks he has an answer.
But how does this fit in an…
Rockford Lhotka is the Principal Technology Evangelist for
Magenic, a company focused on delivering business value through applied technology and one of the nation's premiere Microsoft Gold Certified Partners. Rocky is the creator of CSLA .NET, one of the
most widely used development frameworks…
Aaron Kowall discuss how to easily test in an autonomous way an application conceived with modular abstractions such as the "layer". Mario and Aaron discuss how to partition the concerns of the application into layers and best practices regarding…