Link Roundup: February 15, 2010

Good morning all,

Welcome to our February 15 Link Roundup. Here are some notable posts from other software engineering blogs that you may have missed this past week:

Toyota Gas Pedals and Radiation Death, by Mike at What Does Mike Think? Mike’s examination of mechanical complexities reveals that, in many cases, software is the most important component of a system.

Are You a Software Architect?, by Simon Brown at InfoQ’s Coding the Architecture. Simon looks at the distinction between software developer and software architect.

Cloud Defined, by J.D. Meier at his own blog. J.D. provides a definition of cloud computing to help delineate and refine further discussion.

Where are the Enterprise Architects?, by Paul T. Preiss at IASA. Paul brings up several points about enterprise architecture that are worth considering further.

Requirements traceability – The Holy Grail, by Michael Stal of Hitchhiker’s Guide to Software Architecture (and Everything Else). Michael talks about architecture documents and his experience with what separates a good architecture document from a bad one.


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