See how companies are using the cloud and next-generation architectures to keep up with changing markets and anticipate customer and business expectations.
Everyone’s talking about microservices. Who’s actually doing it?
Mark Richards challenges the tried-and-true axioms in software architecture and shows you how to manage the changing state of the space.
Mary Poppendieck looks at the history of dramatic architectural changes and what triggered them.
George Fairbanks considers whether today's complex software has eclipsed our intellectual control.
Kai Holnes walks you through the nebulous world of creative outlets and why maybe, just maybe, that journey is worth it.
Martin Fowler reveals, discusses, and vents about a very common and widely neglected architectural attribute.
Neal Ford interviews Rachel Laycock about her career path and her work as an architect.
Experts explore new trends, tools, and techniques in software architecture.
Experts explore new trends, tools, and techniques in systems engineering and cloud native systems.
Neal Ford interviews Patrick Kua about his career path and his work as an architect.
Dave Cheney talks about the unexpected things he learned while trying to convince programmers to try Go.
Lena Reinhard discusses ways you can make distributed teams strong, deliberate, and productive.
Ingrid Burrington looks at how reframing the time scales of computation can change the way your build infrastructure.
Kelly Shortridge explains why chaos and resilience engineering represent the future of security programs.
Jennifer Davis explores how sustainable engineering practices can enable technical and strategic direction.
Birgitta Boeckeler covers some of the cognitive biases that can trip up architects.
Allen Holub shows you how architecture, process, and structure interact, and how to fix misalignment that’s sucking the life out of your productivity.