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Agile Architecture - What is it and How to get started
Have you ever wondered how to work efficiently with Enterprise- and Software Architecture in an Agile setting? Through real life examples Thomas will show some of the ways you can adapt Software Architecture best practices to work efficiently with Agile teams and Lean Product Development. In the meetup Thomas will show that a robust framework for working with Software Architecture and coordinating best practices between agile teams is an important key to avoid micro-management and be able to build autonomous development teams in a network-organisation that let companies scale must more efficiently. -- Thomas Malt -- Is a Solutions Architect at Knowit Experience. He has 18 years experience as an architect, full stack developer, agile coach, CTO and Technology Director. He has headed multiple transformational leadership processes, organised development departments and facilitated successful product launches in companies such as NRK, Fronter and through various projects.

Knowit at Sundtkvartalet

Lakkegatan 53 · Oslo

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2. Ansvarligjøring og sporbarhet i arkitekturvalg fremfor visjoner, arkitekturskisser og gode ideer.

3. Arkitektur som proaktiv balanse mellom prosjekt og organisasjon fremfor arkitektur for regulering og standardisering.

4. Arkitektur som realisering av forretningsstrategi fremfor arkitektur drevet av produkt og teknologivalg.

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1. Architecture as a foundation for value and profit OVER architecture as a result of projects and software development.

2. Responsibility and traceability in architecture decisions OVER architecture visions, architecture diagrams and great ideas.

3. Architecture as pro-active balance between project(s) and organization OVER architecture to regulate and standardize.

4. Architecture as an enabler of business strategy OVER architecture driven from product and technology.

5. Architects as promoters of knowledge and learning culture OVER technology focused gurus and decision makers.

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