business requirements

Is gathering business requirements really difficult? Discover the truth

Does gathering business requirements really have to be difficult? Get ready to discover techniques that will help you revolutionize how you gather and understand business needs. Whether you’re an experienced software architect or a technical leader, this article will provide practical tips to speed up your requirements-gathering process and deliver better results. Learn the secret to effective business requirements gathering and stop stressing about collecting requirements!

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software architecture

Software architecture explained: Key concepts for developers

Can anyone explain what software architecture is? Whether you are an experienced programmer or just starting your adventure with application development, this article is for you. I will show you the concepts that form the foundation of every successful software project. Thanks to this, you will gain the confidence and knowledge necessary for designing and creating applications that will work according to expectations and meet the requirements of both users and businesses.

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cognitive load

Cognitive Load in Teamwork: How to Optimize Performance?

Have you ever wondered why sometimes you feel overwhelmed with work while other times everything seems to go smoothly? Why sometimes thinking and problem-solving difficult for you, while other times are easier? There is a concept that helps you understand how much cognitive effort you need to put into your work. It’s the cognitive load theory, which can help you minimize cognitive effort and work more efficiently.

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Estimation without fear

What are programmers most afraid of? Estimating how long it will take to complete a task certainly causes fear. Still, there is something even worse – saying that you have exceeded your estimate by X times, often X being even five times more than the original plan. I will share my experience with you in this article regarding estimating work.

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think time

Level up as a programmer or IT specialist thanks to the think time technique

Imagine a situation where you have so many tasks to do that you don’t have time to stop and think about what and why you’re doing it. This is common for many programmers, software architects, and engineering managers. However, there is one simple technique that can change this situation. This article will discover how “think time” can be the key to efficiency and success in today’s intense work environment. Learn about the benefits this method can bring you and how you can apply it right now to improve the quality of your work and achieve better results.

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architecture characteristics

Guide for Beginner Software Architects: Discover the Characteristics of Architecture

Have you ever wondered how complex software applications and systems are built in a way that ensures their reliability, scalability, and ease of expansion? A particular secret lies at the heart of these achievements – software architecture. This article will explore the fascinating world of architectural characteristics and learn about the key aspects forming every successful project’s foundation.

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technology radar

Can new technologies kill you?

New technologies appear almost every day, but are they always worth exploring? Nowadays, an architect’s work requires staying up-to-date with new technologies. However, how to find time to browse hundreds of blogs, newsletters, and presentations? There are ways to do it, and Technology Radar can be one of the most helpful. What is it and how does it work? Read on for more in-depth information in the following article.

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keep it simple, stupid!

Surprising facts about simplicity in software architecture

Have you ever wondered why some software projects become too complicated? Is there a way to avoid excessive complexity and achieve simplicity in software architecture? In this article, we will discover fascinating facts about simplicity in software architecture and learn a principle that can drastically impact how we create and design our projects. Get ready to discover the principle that can revolutionize your approach to software architecture.

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The mysterious power of the ‘why’ question in programming that you can’t ignore

When I started my adventure with programming, I came from a completely different industry. I was a roofer. But don’t worry. I won’t talk to you about roofs and gutters. I want to share with you something that I discovered as a programmer that changed my software development approach. I didn’t learn it in courses or books, but it was crucial to my success. It’s all about one magical word: “Why.”

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