Organization: A Tool for Software Architects
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Conway's Law, domain-driven design, microservices — the most important modern software architecture approaches use the organization as a tool for architecture. But software architects often have only limited influence on the organization. And teams should be self-organized — so how can you even influence them at all?
This presentation shows what exactly it means to use the organization as a tool for architecture and how software architects can use it concretely. Because even if you are a manager: Organizations are people — and you can go out and work with them!
In this talk, you'll learn:
- How to use your organization as a tool for architecture
- What does leadership mean in software architecture
Prolific author of "Microservices: Flexible Software Architecture". Working for 15+ years as an architect & consultant