Architecture over Architects

As the relational complexity of software increases, we need, more than ever, smart architecture. Domain-aligned, team-decoupling, cohesiveness-driving, constantly evolving architecture has a massive positive impact. To design systems, we need to evolve the role of “architect” away from the dualistic most-experienced implementor vs ivory tower strategist.

Architecture is a technology-agnostic skillset. You practice it regardless of which tools or programming language you work with. Architecture is a solitary, intra-group, and inter-group activity. We practice it within the human system, when we collaboratively design patterns and relationships, empower decision making and construct cross-functional feedback loops.

We'll explore:
“What is an architectural decision?” (The answers might surprise you.)
How do we work effectively individually, intra-team, and inter-team to make them?
What is the “advice process” and what has it taught us?
What goes wrong (all the time) and what to do about it.

Diana Montalion

Mentrix: Principal

New York City, New York, United States


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