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How the bias towards additive can lead us to a suboptimal and costly software design

In their research Gabrielle Adams and her collaborators explore what they call the 'additive bias' – our natural tendency to solve problems by adding elements, rather than considering the removal of...

Resilient Bounded Contexts: A Pragmatic Approach with Residuality Theory

Domain-Driven Design (DDD) provides a valuable framework for addressing complex business problems through well-designed domain models integrated into software systems. Central to this approach is...

Coach your Architects in Agile Architecture!

When companies transform towards an agile and DevOps way of working, they sometimes ask how to proceed with architects. Some companies ignore architects in their transformation, some will upskill...

From EventStorming to CoDDDing

We live in a world of constant change. Today we generate more data than we can consume, and it contributes to the constant changes that we observe....

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EventStorming cheat sheet

EventStorming is the smartest approach to collaborate beyond silo boundaries. The power of EventStorming comes from a diverse multi-disciplined...

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