Speaking at Atlanta IASA, Weds 14th, 2012

Mar 8, 2012 | George Fairbanks

I will be in Atlanta giving a talk on Architecture Hoisting next week at the local IASA chapter. The topic of architecture hoisting is in my book but I’ve had several requests to dig into it further and this talk is the result. Here’s the talk abstract:

Solve Problems by Hoisting Them into your Architecture

Architecture hoisting is an established technique that has only recently been identified and named. It is suitable when you have a challenging design problem that requires consistency in the implementation. Architecture hoisting assigns responsibility for a problem to the architecture itself with the intent of guaranteeing a goal or property of the system. Once a goal or property has been hoisted into the architecture, developers should not need to write any additional code to achieve it.

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