A quick note to say that the video from my Software architecture as code talk at CRAFT 2015 in Budapest, Hungary last week is available to view online. This talk looks at why the software architecture model never quite matches the code, discusses architecturally-evident coding styles as a way to address this and shows how something like my Structurizr for Java library can be used to create a living software architecture model based upon a combination of extracting elements from the code and supplementing the model where this isn't possible.
The slides are also available to view online/download. Enjoy!
Simon is an independent software development consultant specialising in software architecture and the author of Software Architecture for Developers. Simon lives in Jersey and regularly speaks to audiences around the world. You can find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrown and Google+.