JUG Saxony Day 2015 – Representation Of Architectural Concepts in Code Structures
One of the core ideas behind jQAssistant is bringing architectural and design concepts to code structures (e.g. Maven modules as components, packages as technical layers) and express constraints on them.
On yesterday’s JUG Saxony Day 2015 in Dresden I had the opportunity to give a talk about „Representation Of Architectural Concepts in Code Structures“ explaining…
- the gap between the roles of architecture and developement (e.g. different levels of abstractions),
- how a code structure including Maven modules, packages and classes can be mapped in an evolutionary process,
- the challenges in spreading the knowledge between the people involved in the development process
You can find the slides presented yesterday here for download.
One of the outcomes of the talk was that there was quite some interest in seeing jQAssistant in action and how to get started with it – if you like we can setup a meetup during the next weeks. Please let me know (mail, twitter, a comment below) if you’re interested and we will getting things organized!