Session: Old school architecture
Thursday, 17:00 - 17:50
Every year, we seem to get smarter and more adventurous with our architectures for this crazy changing world that has seen client-server, n-tier, SOA, Big Data, REST and lots more. While each expedition is filled with the thrill of adventure, I often see teams creating old messes in new territory with cool new toys. In this talk I will highlight some fail points and revert to old school ideas to use them in these new adventures. Hopefully, we will make smaller messes, myself included.
Knowledge of software architecture, design and architectural styles
Principles and practices that lead to better architectures regardless of style
Aslam Khan is a software architect at factor10 with more than 18 years experience. He has a particular passion for tackling complex problems and with the belief that simplicity is a choice that generates creativity. He is pragmatist that considers the only truthful implementation of an architecture is the code that gets executed. Aslam spends his time trying to be a better developer and helping others to do the same. You can read his blog at http://aslamkhan.net