Devnology Podcast 046 - Simon Brown
Simon Brown is an independent software developer that is well-known for his work on software architecture. He is the author of the book 'Software Architecture for Developers' and a regular speaker at software development conferences. Make sure that you check out his blog Coding the Architecture and if you like his ideas you can follow him on Twitter: @simonbrown.
In this episode we interview Simon about his lightweight approach to software architecture. Simon explains why you need some form of (documented) architecture in order to be agile and we discuss the role of a software architect in software project nowadays.
Links for this podcast:
- Simon's book: Software Architecture for Developers
- Book: Software Architecture in Practice, by Clemens and Bass
- Simple Sketches for Diagramming your Software Architecture, a blog post by Simon that describes the 'C4 approach' to software architecture.
- Disciplined Agile Delivery by Scott Ambler
- Uncle Bob on the role of the architect, which he calls a 'foreman': blog post #1 and post #2
- A book in progress: Are you an IT project manager? by Kirstie Brown, Simon's wife
This podcast is in English - Deze podcast is in het Engels
This podcast was published on 02-06-2014 and lasts for 51:55 minutes