Agile is adaptive. When and how to apply architecture depends on the context. This article first explains why this is the case and then how you can still give proper attention to architecture in an agile setting. Adaptability and conversation are the essentials.
Every developer has had to integrate with another system, API or component at one point or another. And, often, a business feature must span systems. If you’ve been on a project like this or have one in the pipeline then this article provides strategies to handle the change. Also, this article covers separating system boundaries and what that means for your technical design.
While the principal pattern is easy to understand it can be difficult to succeed with Dependency Injection without considering the larger context. DI is an application of the principle of Inversion of Control and to succeed with IoC you’ll also need to invert your thinking. This article provides a sketch of the mental model you need to adopt to succeed with DI.
Mark Seemann, author of Dependency Injection in .NET, talks to us about the differences between DI and Service Locators and the importance of having a Composite Root. 9
SpringSource's Rossen Stoyanchev introduces the Spring MVC REST features available in Spring 3 in the context of JAX-RS. 33
Porting great infrastructure to OSGi often means solving complex classloading problems. This article is dedicated to one of the the hardest issues in this area: dynamic code generation. 3
Dependency Injection by Dhanji R. Prasanna is a book that tries to explore the DI idiom in detail, and present techniques in Spring and Guice. 9
Billy McCafferty presents S#arp Architecture, an ASP.NET MVC framework meant to leverage current best practices in architecting ASP.NET web applications. 6
Nate Kohari released version 1.0 of his dependency injection container for .NET, Ninject. Dependency Injection has been a popular topic and has given rise to new tools for this technology. 1
In this article, Srini Penchikala discusses Domain Driven Design from a practical stand-point. The article looks at architectural guidelines and best practices that can be used in a DDD project. 53
Effective Java, Second Edition by Joshua Bloch is an updated version of the classic first edition, which won a 2001 Jolt Award. InfoQ asked Bloch questions about the areas that the new edition covers. 8
Many teams struggle when moving their applications to use Dependency Injection. In this article, Paul Hammant explains how to move an existing application from a nest-of-singletons design to DI. 3