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The Weekly Retro #11

This week I have been thinking back on architectural changes a lot, and it's interesting how few of them truly succeeded without any pain. Have you ever successfully led a significant architectural change? Enjoy this week's selection!

Kenneth Larsen
Kenneth Larsen
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The Weekly Retro #11

This week I have been thinking back on architectural changes a lot, and it's interesting how few of them truly succeeded without any pain. Have you ever successfully led a significant architectural change?

Enjoy this week's selection!


Why I Hate the Phrase "Breaking Down Silos"

Charity Majors | August 27, 2021

There are a few phrases in this industry which will set off my do-you-really-know-what-you-are-talking-about-radar, and one of them is "breaking down silos". It seems I am not alone here, and Charity Majors sums it up pretty well in that saying "breaking down silos" is usually a phrase said by people who have not done the work.

Document Architecture Decisions

Michael Nygard | cognitect | November 15, 2011

I have worked through a lot of architecture decisions that had huge impact on the organisations. In a lot of those processes we skipped so many important steps, blindly accepted change or blindly changed things. There are some clever people out there who provide great insights on how to document these decisions, and one of those people are Michael Nygard.

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