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What to need to know to build successfull sotware :
architecture, object, scrum, languages, framework, tools...
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Architectural Patterns for High Availability

Adrian Cockcroft presents Netflix globally distributed architecture, the benchmarks used, scalability issues, and the open source components their implementation is based upon.

 

Very interesting presentation of the architecture of NetFlix and the mothodology used. A real size example to consider.

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Scaling Agile At Spotify: An Interview with Henrik Kniberg

Scaling Agile At Spotify: An Interview with Henrik Kniberg | Software Engineering for the curious | Scoop.it
Back in November, Spotify released a paper titled "Scaling Agile @ Spotify with Tribes, Squads, Chapters & Guilds".

 

To note : the link between organisation and the company product architecture

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Interview with Michael Azoff from Ovum about How To Create the Agile Enterprise

Interview with Michael Azoff from Ovum about How To Create the Agile Enterprise | Software Engineering for the curious | Scoop.it
Large enterprises face three challenges: to innovate and act as a start-up, to use a budgeting process that keeps the organization’s strategy in touch with changing market conditions, and to transform the whole IT department to agile.
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An Interview with Computing Pioneer Alan Kay | TIME.com

An Interview with Computing Pioneer Alan Kay | TIME.com | Software Engineering for the curious | Scoop.it
Born in 1940, computer scientist Alan Curtis Kay is one of a handful of visionaries most responsible for the concepts which have propelled personal computing forward over the past thirty years.
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Michel Train's comment, April 4, 2013 12:22 PM
Interesting vision of software evolution, where we may loose the meaning....