New Article in The Architecture Journal

Last night, I got word that the article on Domain-Driven Design (DDD) and Emergent Architecture that Paul Rayner and I wrote for The Architecture Journal has been published.

The issue is titled “Architecture Modeling and Processes,” and I’m looking forward to digging into the other articles this weekend. In particular, “UML or DSL: Which Bear Is Best?” fascinates me, both for it’s subject and reference to The Office. I’ll be grabbing the PDF of the issue and loading it up on the Kindle straightaway.

Our article, titled “Keeping Architectures Relevant: Using Domain-Driven Design and Emergent Architecture to

Manage Complexity and Enable Change,” looks to have been chosen as the featured article in the issue, which is exciting and an honor. Click here for an online version (also posted below), here to read the forward with a description of each article and the issue’s theme, and here for a PDF version with all the fancy post-production.

Paul and I would love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to comment here or over at his blog, if you are so inclined. We’d also appreciate it if you’d pass the article along to others in your network whom you think might be interested.

Enjoy, and have a great weekend!

Links:

The Architecture Journal, Issue 23

PDF Version of Issue 23

Keeping Architectures Relevant: Using Domain-Driven Design and Emergent Architecture to Manage Complexity

and Enable Change