Good teams and good products go hand in hand. But how does product quality impact the effectiveness of a team? And how do good teams produce high-quality software architecture? Developer happiness and high-quality architecture are interrelated, meaning we cannot engineer the future without empowering developers.
Evelyn van Kelle and Yiannis Kanellopoulos elaborate on the interplay between social and technical factors when building software architecture. This includes the importance of tight and loose feedback loops, how communication patterns and organizational structures impact architecture, and how to apply best practices for building highly productive software teams. Along the way, Evelyn and Yiannis explain how to make architectural decisions more measurable by integrating 10 practical guidelines for maintainability in a CI/CD pipeline and share the most common pitfalls when it comes to measuring your architectural quality.
Yiannis Kanellopoulos is the practice leader for Greece at the Software Improvement Group (SIG), where he specializes in helping international organizations manage risks and costs related to the procurement, development, and maintenance of their software systems. Yiannis is also a founding member of Orange Grove Patras, a business incubator sponsored by the Dutch Embassy in Greece to promote entrepreneurship and counter youth unemployment. He holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Manchester.
Evelyn van Kelle is content lead at the Software Improvement Group (SIG), where she focuses on the interplay between technical issues and social factors. During her MSc study at Tilburg University, Evelyn was delighted to discover that the world of IT becomes exponentially stronger with sound communication. Her curiosity and predilection for data drive her to design content that is both meaningful and packed with solutions for technology leaders around the world.
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