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  • UED: The Unified Execution Diagram

    by Carlo van Asma & Pascal Wolkotte on  Oct 18, 2015 4

    Today’s software applications have a lot of concurrent tasks that are distributed over multiple threads, processes, processors and PCs. This article introduces a visual modeling technique to describe and specify the application’s execution architecture. Within Philips Healthcare the Unified Execution Diagram has proven to be very useful for designing and documenting the execution architecture.

  • Metadata-Driven Design: Building Web APIs for Dynamic Mobile Apps

    by Aaron Kendall on  Sep 01, 2015

    More than ten years ago, software architect Kevin Perera invented a design method for architectures that was called "metadata-driven design and development". In this article, Aaron Kendall explains how to use this design method and outlines similarities as well as differences to current techniques like RESTful services or HATEOAS by implementing a metadata-driven mobile application.

  • Interview with Grady Booch

    by Mark Collins-Cope on  Sep 12, 2014

    Grady Booch discusses the growth of software engineering as a discipline with Mark Collins-Cope, the pair covers topics ranging from UML and Unified Process to Programming Languages and the future of software innovation.

Data Modeling with Key Value NoSQL Data Stores – Interview with Casey Rosenthal

Posted by Srini Penchikala on  Jun 25, 2014

In Key Value data stores, data is represented as a collection of key–value pairs. InfoQ spoke with Casey Rosenthal from Basho team about data modeling when using Key Value NoSQL databases.

Modeling in the Agile Age: What to Keep Next to Code to Scale Agile Teams

Posted by Kenji Hiranabe on  Oct 07, 2013

Agile considers working code as the most important team artifact, but we still need modeling. Kenji Hiranabe explores the spaces where modeling fits, with focus on development scaling. 7

Agile Software Architecture Sketches and NoUML

Posted by Simon Brown on  Apr 16, 2013

Understanding the software architecture of what you're building can prevent chaos and encourage collective code ownership. But how do you do this without resorting to big design up front and UML? 9

A Proposal to Enhance the UML Notation

Posted by Raul Rugiero on  Dec 13, 2012

Raul Rugiero proposes an extension to the UML use cases so they may be enhanced in order to allow enhanced UML tools to properly handle links between use cases and tests. 7

Wireframes: A Great Way to Start Development Projects

Posted by Andreas Wulf on  Aug 07, 2012

Gathering feedback early and often is the key to success on most development projects. Wireframing is a great technique for gathering feedback and guiding a team before any code has been written. 12

How to Integrate Models And Code

Posted by Juha-Pekka Tolvanen on  May 08, 2012

Creating models in a form or another is very common, their combination with the code has been challenging. The article describes proven practices for working with both models and code. 3

Modeling Failure Scenarios in Systems

Posted by Burag Cetinkaya on  Apr 23, 2012

Modeling failure during architecture phase to ensure availability in production

Ember.js: Rich Web Applications Done Right

Posted by Joachim Haagen Skeie on  Mar 22, 2012

This article walks you through building an application with Ember.js, showing the MVC system, data binding, as well as how to build GUI and Touch support. 9

Interview: Software Systems Architecture: Working With Stakeholders Using Viewpoints and Perspectives

Posted by Jeevak Kasarkod on  Feb 07, 2012

InfoQ spoke to the authors of Software Systems Architecture on a couple of new topics, the System Context viewpoint and Agile, which have been added to the second edition. 1

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