On Nov 5 German Gonzalez wrote: Very clever coaching
Extensive video from two known Architects (book Authors: Neal Ford, Mark Richards) coaching about their experience and providing best practices and analyzing study cases in how to become a Software Architect. Full Review >
On Oct 25 Winston Yee wrote: Great overview
One of the few courses I've seen that have all the concepts in one place. This sure beats reading from a boring college textbook. Full Review >
On Aug 4 Andreas von Linden wrote: Software Architecture Fundamentals Part 1: Understanding the Basics by Neal Ford and Mark Richards, O’Reilly Media
These Chapters are an excellent introduction in the role of a Software Architect. Full Review >
On Jun 4 Rick Wagner wrote:
I consider these videos well worth the time spent watching. I took notes on each chapter so I could improve my personal 'bag of tricks', leveraging the experience of these accomplished architects. Given the high cost of experience, the price of this video series is a bargain. Full Review >
On May 5 Claudio Ramirez wrote: Must view
Concerning learning, I don't consider myself a “visual” guy. I am pretty happy with a good book. Although I often read O'Reilly books, this is the first “full feature” video (7 hours) from the publisher watched. While I am very interested in the topic of I.T. Architecture, the idea was to give this “new” format a chance.
The chapters titles are well chosen and give a correct overview of the subjects that make up the course... Full Review >
On Apr 24 Santosh Shanbhag wrote: Excellence in architecture!
Being an "Architect" means different things to different people. It is a very complex, scary, world. The expectations are boundless. There are all kinds of architects in the IT world and I had a poor understanding of it before I went through this video. I was impressed by the coverage of all aspects and types of architects. Whether it is continuous delivery, tooling, navigating the political landscape, documentation, design patterns, etc - all are covered in great depth. The feeling is refreshing after you finish this series. A good sense of humor from both the architects keeps the interest piqued. Full Review >