Software Architecture

  • Intro to Software Architecture

    Software architecture is the foundation of any software system and involves making design decisions that will impact the system's functionality, performance, and maintainability.

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  • How to Think About Architecting Software

    Effective software architecture requires a holistic approach that considers the system's context, stakeholders, requirements, and constraints. It involves identifying and prioritizing architectural drivers, creating architectural views, and communicating the architecture to stakeholders.

  • Software Design Patterns

    Software design patterns are reusable solutions to common software design problems. They provide a vocabulary for discussing design decisions and can help architects make informed choices about the system's structure and behavior.

  • Architecting Systems for Scale

    Architecting systems for scale involves designing systems that can handle increasing amounts of data, users, and traffic. This requires considering factors such as performance, scalability, availability, and fault tolerance.

  • Software Architecture Principles

    Software architecture principles provide guidelines for designing software systems that are flexible, modular, maintainable, and scalable. These principles include separation of concerns, loose coupling, high cohesion, and modularity.

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  • Software Architecture Examples

    Software architecture examples demonstrate how software architecture principles and patterns can be applied in practice. Examples include the layered architecture pattern, the microservices architecture pattern, and the event-driven architecture pattern.

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