Archive for April, 2009

If at first you don’t succeed

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

In the past week Microsoft released a resource kit for developing Web 2.0 applications called Kobe. I found out about it because Oren Eini and Karl Seguin were writing about it. This is what the official site says about Kobe: Project Kobe is a getting started resource kit for planning, architecting, and implementing Web 2.0 […]

Code Quality

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

This past week I went to an internal seminar about code quality. The senior consultant that was presenting made an interesting statement: The software architect is responsible for the quality of a project. That got me thinking… Am I? Well maybe I am. A lot of the things I talk and worry about on a […]

97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know

Sunday, April 5th, 2009

Recently I have been reading in 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know. It is filled with 97 little nuggets of wisdom that you as a software architect should know. Each piece is described in a pleasant two-page format which helps to keep the information concise and easily congestible. Take for example There Is No […]

Top Level Domain Is Up!

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

It took me more time then I would have liked but my domain is finally available. I had to wrestle blogger for the right to use https://www.theaspiringarchitect.net/. After buying the domain via blogger itself instead of going to my normal provider I was expecting all things to go smoothly but I was wrong. It turns […]