O'Reilly - Modeling for Software Architects: From Conceptual to Deployment Diagrams and Data Models to Review Processes
November 2015 | .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 19 Lectures | 2 hrs 37 mins | 704 MB
Instructor: Nathaniel Schutta
Do your diagrams truly visualize the software your team has to make? Do they actually guide development? Or have you become the dreaded “white board architect,” the pie-in-the-sky scribbler of useless boxes and arrows? Software architect Nathaniel Schutta erases those lousy sketches and replaces them with the diagrams you need: concept, context, component, deployment, sequence, security, and disaster recovery.
Don’t expect to just sit back and watch this video. This is hands-on learning, colored markers required. Throughout the presentation, you’ll be asked to pause the video to make your own diagrams. When you re-start, Schutta will be there to show you some better ones.
Understand the seven best diagrams to use—then practice drawing them
Discover if UML is even necessary
Learn about quality attributes, data models, and managing stakeholders
Sample an architecture review process that works for most software designers
Manage the art of taking criticism regarding your role as a software architect
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