In this ongoing series I’m going to write about questions of software architecture, design, and related matters. (A “related matter” is anything I find interesting enough to write about .)
I hope to discuss these topics with other SAP professionals and software developers, so please take every blog of the series as an invitation to chat.
These are a few of the topics I have in mind
- Views (sometimes dissenting) on Service-Oriented Architectures
- Patterns and Anti-Patterns in Software Development (about daily life)
- Redundant software redundancies in software (about how code redundancy can be your friend)
- Book written, lessons learnt (about my book project with the one and only Tobias Trapp)
- A scholastic approach to software architecture
All of these will be brought to you straight from the ivory tower of software architecture.
My first blog Notes from the Ivory Tower Part 1: Why Now’s the Time to Become a Software Zealot was inspired by some observations I’m making in current projects and discussions I had at TechEd 2008 in Berlin. I hope you will like it.
Blogs to far
Notes from the Ivory Tower Part 1: Why Now’s the Time to Become a Software Zealot
Notes from the Ivory Tower Part 2: ABAP as a Setup.exe
Notes from the Ivory Tower Part 3: Where there’s no Claimant, there’s no Judge
ABAP Calls Java via RFC (5): Configure the Connection and Run