The ins and out of designing software systems. A guide to becoming a software architect including TOGAF.
Are you feeling stuck in your career as a developer, and wondering what’s next? Are you finding your salary has reached its limit in the development field, and want to move up the value chain to earn more? Software architecture is one of the hottest fields in technology, and TOGAF is one of the hottest skills (according to a recent Foote Salary Survey).
You might find it rewarding to learn software architecture. You still keep the ability to be involved in the technology at a deep level, and make important decisions that affect the future direction of the company, but avoid the problems of managing development teams and moving in a less technical direction.
In this class, you will learn:
What is software architecture?
What is the difference between software design and software architecture?
What it takes to be a successful software architect?
The software architecture mindset, and how that differs from the developer mindset
The qualities of good software
And an introduction to architecture principles of TOGAF
So come on inside and learn about what software architecture has to offer. Scott Duffy is a commercial license holder in TOGAF, and licensed to teach these topics. TOGAF is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries.
What are the requirements?
A familiarity with programming terms
Understanding of basic programming models (3-tier, web services, etc)
An eagerness to learn
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 11 lectures and 43 mins of content!
Understand the purpose and importance of software architecture
Know what it takes to go from being a developer to an architect
Rule the world
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