Code for Thought

Designed to Work: Part 1 - architecture and research

May 25, 2021 RSE Season 1 Episode 9
Code for Thought
Designed to Work: Part 1 - architecture and research
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Code for Thought
Designed to Work: Part 1 - architecture and research
May 25, 2021 Season 1 Episode 9
RSE

This is the first part on software architecture. Meet James Smithies from Kings College in London (UK), Steve Crouch from the Software Sustainability Institute/Southampton (UK) and Keith Gutfreund from Elsevier, Boston (USA).

Together we explore, what architecture means in software development, both in the private sector and in research; how - and if - architecture fits in with research software engineering.

Links:
- Digital Lab, King's College London https://kdl.kcl.ac.uk     

- Software Sustainability Institute https://www.software.ac.uk 

- Martin Fowler's take on architecture https://martinfowler.com/architecture/

- Is architecture overrated? https://blog.pragmaticengineer.com/software-architecture-is-overrated/ 


Show Notes

This is the first part on software architecture. Meet James Smithies from Kings College in London (UK), Steve Crouch from the Software Sustainability Institute/Southampton (UK) and Keith Gutfreund from Elsevier, Boston (USA).

Together we explore, what architecture means in software development, both in the private sector and in research; how - and if - architecture fits in with research software engineering.

Links:
- Digital Lab, King's College London https://kdl.kcl.ac.uk     

- Software Sustainability Institute https://www.software.ac.uk 

- Martin Fowler's take on architecture https://martinfowler.com/architecture/

- Is architecture overrated? https://blog.pragmaticengineer.com/software-architecture-is-overrated/