A student asked me a question in my Introduction to Software Architecture course, and I decided to write a bit of a longer answer than usual. So I posted it here. 🙂
How and When Architect decide which technologies
For the next couple of weeks, I’m visiting my in-laws in South America. As nice as it is to travel, I also find myself with the laptop open at 8 PM, and thought I would write this little post on
Lots of goodies out today. Here’s a round-up of announcements from Amazon AWS re:Invent.
Amazon AWS FarGate – Managed Containers
Amazon Neptune – Graph Database at Cloud Scale
Amazon EKS – Managed Kubernetes Containers
Amazon Translate – Real Time
Over the last few months, I’ve been creating more and more of helpful guides for students of my courses. One guide that you might find helpful is one where we go through step-by-step setting up a Linux VM. And to make
In today’s technical era, it’s vitally important that we keep our skills fresh and learn new things. We cannot expect that our University or College education will carry us through to retirement without needing to learn something new. And we
Hundreds of companies provide their employees access to Udemy as part of their employee training benefits. Is yours one? If so, you already have access to my Enterprise Architecture and Microsoft Azure courses for free! All you need to do is log
Further information is being released about upcoming changes to the 70-534 Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions exam. First, if you don’t know, Microsoft announced that the exam will be retiring as of December 31, 2017. A new exam, 70-535 Architecting Microsoft Azure
That is not a typo. Microsoft just introduced a new Architecture exam code, 70-535. It will replace the 70-534 Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions exam in “late November/early December 2017”. There is absolutely no details on the syllabus yet, although one
Back in March, I wrote about the poor Amazon engineer who accidentally brought down a portion of the Internet by removing a larger than expected number of servers from operation in AWS S3. That made for a bad day.
Last year in October, Microsoft announced some sweeping changes to it’s exams. And this year, they did it again. At the MS Ignite conference, they announced changes to the requirements for two exams – 70-532 Azure Developer and 70-533 Azure Infrastructure.