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In the Brain

Extracting software architecture from code

Monday, 8th June at Skills Matter, London

This meetup is run by Skills Matter In The Brain. Starts at 6:30 PM.

It’s often said that the code is the true embodiment of the software architecture, yet Simon's own experience suggests that it’s difficult to actually extract this information from the code. Why isn’t the architecture in the code?

Extracting software architecture from code - Part 01 of 02

Part 1 - It’s often said that the code is the true embodiment of the software architecture, yet Simon's own experience suggests that it’s difficult to actually extract this information from the code. Why isn’t the architecture in the code?

Join Simon for his talk to look at a simple Java web application and see:

  • what information we can extract from the code and;

  • how to supplement it with information we can't.

This is an interactive and hands-on talk so it is definitely recommended to bring your laptop along.

Simon Brown

Simon Brown is the founder of Coding the Architecture and either a software architect who codes or a software developer who understands architecture

Extracting software architecture from code - Part 02 of 02

Part 2 - It’s often said that the code is the true embodiment of the software architecture, yet Simon's own experience suggests that it’s difficult to actually extract this information from the code. Why isn’t the architecture in the code?

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

It’s often said that the code is the true embodiment of the software architecture, yet Simon's own experience suggests that it’s difficult to actually extract this information from the code. Why isn’t the architecture in the code?

Extracting software architecture from code - Part 01 of 02

Part 1 - It’s often said that the code is the true embodiment of the software architecture, yet Simon's own experience suggests that it’s difficult to actually extract this information from the code. Why isn’t the architecture in the code?

Join Simon for his talk to look at a simple Java web application and see:

  • what information we can extract from the code and;

  • how to supplement it with information we can't.

This is an interactive and hands-on talk so it is definitely recommended to bring your laptop along.

Simon Brown

Simon Brown is the founder of Coding the Architecture and either a software architect who codes or a software developer who understands architecture

Extracting software architecture from code - Part 02 of 02

Part 2 - It’s often said that the code is the true embodiment of the software architecture, yet Simon's own experience suggests that it’s difficult to actually extract this information from the code. Why isn’t the architecture in the code?

Thanks to our sponsors

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Attending Members