Analyzing Architecture Tradeoffs

Duration: 50 mins
Mark Richards

In their latest book “Fundamentals of Software Architecture” (O’Reilly, 2020) Mark Richards and Neal Ford coin the first law of software architecture: “Everything in software architecture is a tradeoff”. In that case, how do you analyze tradeoffs and make a decision? As Mark Richards states, “Architecture is the stuff you can’t google”. In this session Mark Richards guides you through how to effectively analyze architecture tradeoffs through numerous real-world scenarios involving architecture tradeoffs.

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