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If you still use large up-front design, you’ll likely encounter problems during implementation. The solution is to build around a domain-focused metaphor that allows for incremental changes while maintaining coherence throughout. Join expert Allen Holub to learn how to develop an effective, incremental architecture that you can easily modify as new requirements emerge.
Using a hands-on approach, Allen walks you through designing a system that can handle incremental development and then evolving it incrementally. You’ll start with a real-world problem provided by either you or your classmates and will end up with a domain-based architecture that can grow as the system evolves. The techniques you’ll learn are essential when building effective microservice APIs and in any development shop where requirements change as you’re working.
Allen Holub (https://holub.com,
allenholub, allenholub.com) is an internationally recognized software architect and Agile-transformation consultant. He speaks internationally about these topics and agile-friendly implementation technology (like microservices) and architecture. He provides in-depth consulting and training in those areas. He excels at building highly functional Lean/Agile organizations and designing and building robust, highly scalable software suitable for agile environments. He’s worn every hat from CTO to grunt programmer, and is an expert-level programmer in many languages and platforms.
Allen is widely published. His works include 10 books, hundreds of articles in publications ranging from Dr. Dobb’s Journal to IBM DeveloperWorks), and video classes for agilitry.com (Agility with Allen), Pluralsight (Swift in Depth, Picturing Architecture, Object-Oriented Design), O’Reilly (Design Patterns in the Real World) and forthcoming on Lynda/LinkedIn.
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