Tailor Made Software Architecture with Michael Carducci
Architecture is often described as "the stuff that's hard to change" or "the important stuff (whatever that is)." At its core, architecture defines the very essence of software, transcending mere features and functions to encompass vital capabilities such as scalability, evolvability, elasticity, and reliability. But here's the real question: where do these critical capabilities truly originate?
In this session, we'll embark on a journey to uncover the secrets behind successful architectures. While popular architecture patterns may offer a starting point, it's time to unveil the startling truth – both monolith and microservices-based projects continue to stumble and falter at alarming rates. The key to unparalleled success lies in the art of fine-tuning and tailor-making architectures to precisely fit the unique needs of your organization, environment, and the teams delivering the software.
Step into the future as we introduce a groundbreaking, problem-centric approach to defining and evolving system architectures. Our practical techniques will empower you to transform constraints, both architectural and environmental, into powerful enablers of robust, valuable, and long-lived software systems. Join us and elevate your architecture game to new heights!
About Michael Carducci
Michael Carducci is an independent, hands-on software architect with a reputation for doing the impossible. His 25 years of industry experience includes over 15 years in architect roles including Chief Architect at multiple Fortune 500 companies and startups. Michael is also a sought-after speaker at conferences and events around the world.
In addition to his experience in the technology industry, Michael has earned equal recognition and renown as an award-winning professional magician and mentalist. This pursuit has earned him a unique perspective on problem-solving, human psychology, and communication.
When not on the road speaking, coding, or performing; Michael can be found exploring the mountains of Colorado on two wheels, jumping out of perfectly good airplanes, or deep underwater exploring shipwrecks and reefs.