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Mental models

Mental models

Since I can remember, designing solutions to complex problems was my favorite software development-related activity. The conceptual shaping of elegant, fit-for-purpose thought constructs was always (in my case) much more pleasant than coding itself. As my work-products were (IMHO ;>…

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Communicating architecture in times of remote "leap of faith"

Communicating architecture in times of remote "leap of faith"

Ironically speaking, COVID-19 has sped up digital transformation in many organisations across the whole globe ;P Remote work is the new standard, even if some were far from ready (that's why I call it remote "leap of faith"). Teams are…

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Business Logic, where art thou?

Business Logic, where art thou?

This blog post is all about: the common part of "Shallow DDD" & "Aesthetic Clean Code", what really is Business Logic (& why you may be wrong about it ...), what part of BL is really within your "algorithmic" (imperative) code…

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The anatomy of a Model Debt

The anatomy of a Model Debt

This blog post is all about: the definition of what Model Debt is (& what isn't), how is it created (& why), how to avoid growing Model Debt, whether Model Debt does have anything in common with Technical Debt (&…

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Making code more expressive with conventions

Making code more expressive with  conventions

This blog post is all about: what are the potential benefits of a good convention & what are the conditions to make it so :), what is the most fundamental requirement for the convention to succeed & why conventions are double-edged…

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