Category Archives: Architecture

Why R&D Architect Roles Are Essential and Deserve Clear Titles

The Critical Role of Enterprise and Solution Architects in R&D In the dynamic world of technology, having clear, defined roles within your organisation is crucial for success. For CTOs, heads of development, and leaders of technical organisations, understanding the necessity of enterprise architects and solution architects at the R&D level is imperative. These roles are not mere accolades… Read More »

Journey into Software Architecture: A Practical Guide for New Architects

Transitioning into a software architecture role can be both challenging and rewarding. In “Journey into Software Architecture: A Practical Guide for New Architects,” I share my personal experiences and key insights to help you navigate this path. Discover the importance of the C4 model, understand the distinct responsibilities of different architectural roles, and learn practical tips to succeed. This guide is designed to provide actionable advice for anyone stepping into the world of software architecture.

Potential Problems from Lack of Critical Thinking in Software Development and Architecture

The absence of critical thinking in software development and architecture can lead to various issues, impacting the quality, functionality, and maintainability of the software. Here are some potential problems that can arise: 1. Poor System Design Inefficient Architecture: Without critical thinking, developers may create systems that are not scalable, leading to performance bottlenecks as user demand grows. This… Read More »

The Importance of Critical Thinking in Software Development and Architecture

Critical thinking is crucial in software development and architecture, enabling the analysis, evaluation, and improvement of complex systems. This blog post explores why critical thinking matters and highlights the potential pitfalls when it’s absent. Discover how critical thinking enhances problem-solving, system design, innovation, code quality, risk management, and collaboration, leading to higher-quality and more maintainable software.

What is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous communication?

And will adding the async keyword to my .NET api make it asynchronous? No not in the sense of asynchronous architecture. let me explain. A Restaurant Analogy Let’s take a real-life example of a restaurant. And at this restaurant customers need to go to the counter to get served. In the first example, the server has NOT been… Read More »