An essential part of software architecture is the structuring of large systems into smaller modules. What is particularly important is the dependencies between the modules in order to keep the effects on other modules under control in the event of changes. So developing a software architecture seems to consist primarily of managing dependencies. In this episode, Eberhard Wolff discusses what dependencies actually are, how to deal with them, and whether they are actually so central to software architecture.
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The broadcast will take place live on Friday, September 1, 2023, this time at 1 p.m. (CEST), and the episode will be available as a recording afterwards. During the live stream, questions can be asked via Twitch or YouTube chat X an @ewolff or submit it anonymously using the form on the Videocast website.
software-architektur.tv is a videocast by Eberhard Wolff, blogger and podcaster on heise developer and well-known software architect. He works as Head of Architecture at SWAGLab. Since June 2020, over 150 episodes have been created that illuminate different areas of software architecture – sometimes with guests, sometimes Wolff solo. For two years now, heise Developer has been integrating the new episodes streamed via YouTube into the online channel so that viewers from Heise Media can follow the video cast.
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