Category architecture

The Rails Community Has Reached the SOA Milestone

The Service Layer as the New Meme I have read recently a bunch of articles about service-oriented architecture. Or at least that’s how I like to call it. A few months ago, there was the much-discussed¬†Moving on from Rails¬†(and then its follow-up). More on the concrete side, Nicholas J Henry has written a nice blog […]

Architecture: The Lost Years, by Robert Martin

I watched a keynote from Robert Martin during the Ruby Midwest 2011 conference. It’s always fun to watch veterans from the field. Here are some thoughts: Decoupling the whole talk is about decoupling the web is just a “delivery mechanism” Ivar Jacobson’s use case driven approach: make the intent of your system obvious architecture: boundary, […]