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Architecture as a Service
A systematic and lean approach to software development that eliminates ceremonial complexity.
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Sommes-nous aptes à gérer un monde volatile, incertain, complexe et ambigu (VICA)?

Sommes-nous aptes à gérer un monde volatile, incertain, complexe et ambigu (VICA) ?

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Claude Emond's curator insight, January 25, 2015 8:15 PM

Philippe Vallat nous pose la question! Quelle est votre réponse?

Claude Emond's curator insight, January 25, 2015 8:16 PM

Philippe Vallat nous pose la question! Quelle est votre réponse?

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[Humantalks][Paris][Sept2015]Orienté Objet : erreur historique ou voie à poursuivre ? - YouTube

Orienté Objet : erreur historique ou voie à poursuivre ? par Frédéric Fadel (@FredyFadel) une revue historique et rapide sur l’émergence et la transformation...
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Aspectize: Architecture as a Service App Reviews, Ratings and Alternatives - Crozdesk

Architecture as a Service: a platform for developing custom Web and Mobile applications. From idea to product 5 times faster, with 50 times less code.
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Aspectize : Relational Data, Relational Querying, Relational Transport, Relational Binding, Relational Display

Aspectize : Relational Data, Relational Querying, Relational Transport, Relational Binding, Relational Display | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
Aspectize is a set of tools integrated with Visual Studio that help developers produce sophisticated, Azure ready, HTML5, SPA (Single Page Applications) applications with a minimum of code and effort.
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No ORM, No Objects, Only Data Flow and Relational or Non Relational Storage

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WinJS 4.0 Released

WinJS 4.0 Released | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
This post was written by Josh Rennert, Program Manager, Web Apps & Frameworks team We received great feedback and insight from our WinJS 4.0-Preview, released earlier this year. Now, the time has finally arrived. With the imminent release of Windows 10, we are proud to announce WinJS 4.0. You can pick up the latest version... Read more
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How an Aspectize App Works

How an Aspectize App Works | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
Agile Azure Aspectize Host Manager .Net LeanStartup Fast Project
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Frédéric Fadel's curator insight, June 3, 2015 11:45 AM

Automatic client side state managment with Aspectize Architecture as a Service (AaaS )

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Technical debt: What it is and why you should care - SD Times

Technical debt: What it is and why you should care - SD Times | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
In a nutshell, technical debt is putting off costs in order to release quicker. Here's what this can mean for your development processes
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Reduce code, reduce debt

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Kicking the Complexity Habit - Dan North - YouTube

Without rigorous care and attention software quickly becomes messy and unmanageable. Even with the best intentions entropy and complexity are a fact of life ...
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Biology of Distributed Information Systems: Lean Startup & Lean Innovation Factory


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Yves Caseau's curator insight, April 27, 2014 11:12 AM

Lean Startup will become the foundation for my tenure of Axa's Digital Agency

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Are all Models Wrong?

Are all Models Wrong? | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
One of my favourite quotes comes from the accidental statistician George E. P. Box
Remember that all models are wrong; the practical question is how wrong do they have to be to not be useful.
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Du Web hors-ligne avec les Service Workers

Du Web hors-ligne avec les Service Workers | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
Du Web hors-ligne avec les Service Workers
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Les Service Workers arrivent dans nos navigateurs Web et nous promettent une petite révolution : hors-ligne, notifications push, synchro en background... Au cours de cette session, je vous propose de découvrir en détails ces Service Workers. Nous verrons comment les utiliser sur une application Web mobile pour développer une expérience “offline-first”.

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Frédéric Fadel's curator insight, September 12, 2015 2:55 PM

Les Service Workers arrivent dans nos navigateurs Web et nous promettent une petite révolution : hors-ligne, notifications push, synchro en background... Au cours de cette session, je vous propose de découvrir en détails ces Service Workers. Nous verrons comment les utiliser sur une application Web mobile pour développer une expérience “offline-first”.

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Who Needs Architects? Because YAGNI Doesn't Scale

Who Needs Architects? Because YAGNI Doesn't Scale | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
If you choose not to decide You still have made a choice Rush - "Free Will" Bumper sticker philosophies (sayings that are short, pithy, attractive to some, and so lacking in nuance as to be dangero...
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Aspectize : AaaS Architecture as a Service, enables YAGNI by allowing you deal gracefully with change.

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The Developer and Aspectize

Something new aboutWeb, Mobile and Cloud development
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Inspired by Lean (waste free), Agile (always working software) and Aspect oriented programming (separation of technical and business oriented aspects)  a very short (four slides) presentation explaining how developers are invited to design and code valuable software while our technical engine takes care of predictable and well know patterns.

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You're Not Paid To Write Code, You're Paid To Deliver A Product

You're Not Paid To Write Code, You're Paid To Deliver A Product | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
You're not paid to write code, you're not paid to think about problems, you're paid to deliver a working solution, and nothing else matters.
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xkcd: Good Code

xkcd: Good Code | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
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The only solution is more software with less code. The time and money needed to write 10000 lines of code is waste when requirements change, business evolves, technology transforms practice, but if the same result would have been achieved with 200 lines of code then it would not be waste but catalyzed adaptation.

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What is Application Platform as a Service (aPaaS)?.

What is Application Platform as a Service (aPaaS)?. | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
For those who have worked and dealt with Middleware software in the past which provided services to software applications beyond the  operating system, the term aPaaS should not be a hard to unders...
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HTML5DevConf Christian Heilmann, Mozilla: Write less, achieve Meh - YouTube

Being a developer for the web is becoming increasingly amazing but also increasingly confusing. We have all the tools at our disposal we might ever need but ...
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Quill - An Open Source Rich Text Editor with an API

Quill - An Open Source Rich Text Editor with an API | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
Quill is an open source editor built for the modern web. With an extensible architecture and expressive API, you can completely customize it for your use case.
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Biology of Distributed Information Systems: Software Ecosystems and Application Sustainability

Biology of Distributed Information Systems: Software Ecosystems and Application Sustainability | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
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Attractiveness = Market x Generosity x Value / Effort

 

Clearly value is on the App end, and the App end needs a platform and/or ecosystem to grow and interconnect, but the “openness” of the OS in this environment is less an issue than the “standardness” and the accessibility of growing environment.

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DevOps, Cloud, and the Lean “Wheel of Waste”

DevOps, Cloud, and the Lean “Wheel of Waste” | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
I recently finished up a graduate program in Engineering Management and one of my last courses was on “Lean and Agile Management.” This was one of my favorite courses as it focused on understanding...
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The Art and Science of The Minimum Viable Product

The Art and Science of The Minimum Viable Product | Architecture as a Service | Scoop.it
what a Minimum Viable Product actually is, why its so valuable, examples of MVPs used by successful companies, and how to design an effective MVP
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