Sustainable Software Architecture
Today’s programmers do not develop software systems from scratch. They spend their time fixing, extending, modifying and enhancing existing software. These old systems are often a large tangled mess, that continuously become harder and harder to modify. The architecture accumulates technical debt.
Carola has analyzed over 300 software systems written in Java, C#, C++, PHP, ABAP and TypeScript and refactored them with her teams. This book condenses her experience with large monoliths, architectural and design patterns, layered architectures, DDD and microservices.
With over 200 images in color from real existing software systems, bad and good solutions are presented in an understandable and comprehensive way. Recommendations and various hints from practical projects allow the reader to directly apply this knowledge in their daily work.
- Software architects
- Software developer
- System Analysts
- Technical project manager
Autor / Autorin
Carola Lilienthal is managing director of WPS - Workplace Solutions GmbH and is responsible for the department of software architecture. Since 2003, Dr. Carola Lilienthal has been analyzing over 300 architectures in Java, TypeScript, C #, C ++, ABAP and PHP, and advising development teams on how to improve the sustainability of their software systems. She is particularly interested in the education of software architects, which is why she regularly passes on her knowledge at conferences, in articles and training courses.