When solutions fail, is it too easy to blame a given platform than for those really responsible to take responsibility? It more often has to do with one's level of problem solving skills, planning, and ability to align technology with business strategy.
This discussion between
Jim Wilt and…
It is difficult to strike a balance between the optimal architecture and over architecting a solution.
Joe Shirey sits down with
, the creator of the CSLA.NET framework, to discuss how he balances what should and should not be in his framework.
Enterprise Architects, Solutions Architects, Infrastructure Architects, and Business Analysts all work hand-in-hand to deliver value to the enterprise. In this interview,
Joe Shirey talks to Matt Hessinger
about the dynamics of each of these groups and some strategies for improving these…
The Architect Innovation Cafe presents
Jim Wilt on Using ArchitecturalSkills to Increase Solution Adoption Success - Products, Solution Frameworks, and Development Tools are too often touted by vendors and development teams as solutions to customer business problems. Why do development teams,
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 application
Achim Ruopp, an internationalization specialist and a former program manager at Microsoft, discusses the typical process of and efforts involved in internationalizing existing applications
in this interview with
Zhiming Xue. If you are interested to know how to plan and get started with the…
interviews Jeromy Carriere on the
Lightweight Architecture Alternative Assessment Method (LAAAM),
a fast and efficient way to make good architectural decisions that are aligned with the needs of your business. Making good architectural decisions early in the software development…