This talk examines various practices and techniques that lead to better software quality, all of which enable teams to deliver faster and with more confidence.
This session examines the paradoxes that underlie Big Ball of Mud (BBoM) architectures, what causes them, why they are so prominent, and how to keep code clean.
This presentation shows how to interject quality specification, design, and testing efforts into a software architecture project and be more agile about it.
A challenge in building complex, data-intensive systems is how to sustainably support data variation, schema, and feature evolution. Three speakers share experiences.
Joseph Yoder's plenary address from SATURN 2011 discusses issues with the current state of software architecture.