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Web Architecture 101 – VideoBlocks Product & Engineering
The basic architecture concepts I wish I knew when I was getting started as a web developer
architecture  webdevelopment 
46 minutes ago by raygrasso
diamond geezer
Modernism in Metroland’s tour of Stanmore.
architecture  london  via_diamond_geezer 
1 hour ago by metaproof
Blog Archives - Modernism in Metro-Land
“These are the notes for the Modernism in Metroland Open House London tour of Stanmore on Saturday Sept 19th. [2015]”

Via http://diamondgeezer.blogspot.com/2018/09/open-house-harrow.html
architecture  via_diamond_geezer  london  go_see 
1 hour ago by metaproof
About- Modernism in Metro-Land - Modernism in Metro-Land
Nicely presented and organised guide to modernist building in London suburbs.

There is also a book:
http://www.modernism-in-metroland.co.uk/the-guide.html
architecture  london 
1 hour ago by metaproof
One Windows Kernel - Microsoft Tech Community - 267142
Windows is one of the most versatile and flexible operating systems out there, running on a variety of machine architectures and available - 267142
windows  kernel  innerworking  history  architecture 
3 hours ago by gilberto5757
SOLID Principles every Developer Should Know – Bits and Pieces
As such, five guidelines were developed by Robert C. Martin. These five guidelines/principles made it easy for developers to create readable and maintainable programs.
These five principles were called the S.O.L.I.D principles (the acronym was derived by Michael Feathers).
S: Single Responsibility Principle
O: Open-Closed Principle
L: Liskov Substitution Principle
I: Interface Segregation Principle
D: Dependency Inversion Principle
We will discuss them in detail below.
design  top10  software  dev  programming  architecture 
7 hours ago by dstelow
Two Hundred Fifty Things an Architect Should Know — R / D
69.    The proper proportions of a gin martini.
70.    Shear and moment.
71.    Shakespeare, et cetera.
72.    How the crow flies.
73.    The difference between a ghetto and a neighborhood.
74.    How the pyramids were built.
75.    Why.
76.    The pleasures of the suburbs.
77.    The horrors.
78.    The quality of light passing through ice.
79.    The meaninglessness of borders.
80.    The reasons for their tenacity.
81.    The creativity of the ecotone.
82.    The need for freaks.
83.    Accidents must happen.
84.    It is possible to begin designing anywhere.
85.    The smell of concrete after rain.
86.    The angle of the sun at the equinox.
writing  architecture 
9 hours ago by JohnDrake
DSAG and SAP on more or less the same page? Tell me it ain’t so.
"A DSAG survey provides illuminating insights into how well aligned SAP is to its customers. It's not all smooth sailing but there are important areas of agreement that hold bright promise for the future. "
cloud  erp  financials  and  supply  chain  platforms  -  infrastructure  architecture  devops  nosql  the  open  source  stack 
14 hours ago by jonerp
ATLAS OF PLACES
"ATLAS OF PLACES is a non-profit educational and political journal of architecture, landscape, urbanism, photography, cartography, print and academic. Its goal is to question the politics of places and to stand out in an increasingly uniform architectural media landscape for its critical vision/research, in-depth analysis of contemporary issues and publications that illuminate the state and relationship between architecture, technology and society. We produce and share essays, criticisms, photographies, maps, designs, narrative journalism, as well as academic projects and university publications that deserve a wide audience.

This journal is independent and is financed solely by the editor's personal investments and the reader's contributions. If you wish to help and make it evolve, please DONATE"
geography  landscape  urbanism  photography  cartography  maps  mapping  place  places  architecture 
18 hours ago by robertogreco
CQRS
Mooie service plaat. CQRS uitgelegd. En pas op om het toe te passen
Soa  architecture 
19 hours ago by Pulleman

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