I gave an ignite talk* at IASA UK’s second ignite series, slightly cryptically entitled “Architecting the Impossible“. Having seen just how strongly build and deployment concerns can shape the software that we put into production, I spoke on How build and deployment should shape software architectures, ending with the slightly (and deliberately) controversial point that:
software architecture is a function of build and deployment concerns (for some systems)
Thanks to the good folks at IASA, especially Matt Deacon, and Endava, who hosted the event in London.
*(5 mins, 20 slides, 15 secs per slide, auto-forwarding)