26–28 October 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Simon Brown

Simon Brown
Independent Consultant, Structurizr

Website | @simonbrown

Simon Brown is an independent software development consultant specializing in software architecture—specifically technical leadership, communication, and lightweight, pragmatic approaches to software architecture. Simon is the author of two books about software architecture: Software Architecture for Developers, a developer-friendly guide to software architecture, technical leadership, and the balance with agility, and The Art of Visualising Software Architecture, a guide to communicating software architecture with sketches, diagrams, and models. He is also the creator of the C4 software architecture model and the founder of Structurizr, a SaaS product to create web-based software architecture diagrams using code.


11:00–11:40 Monday, 26/10/2015
Location: G 102/103
Simon Brown (Structurizr)
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It’s 2015 and we’re still manually drawing software architecture diagrams in tools like Microsoft Visio that often don’t reflect the implementation in code. This session will look at why this happens, and how to resolve the conflict between software architecture and code through the use of architecturally-evident coding styles and the representation of software architecture models as code.. Read more.