The Practitioners Board is responsible for developing programs that support the professional needs of ACM members as well as promoting computing as a profession. The Practitioners Board and Professional Development Committee focus on products and services that support and enhance the professional and technical development of practicing computing professionals, including engineers, architects, IT specialists and managers.
In this learning path, the second in a series of six on software architecture fundamentals, your hosts, Neal Ford and Mark Richards, delve deeper into the specific skills and knowledge you’ll need to become an effective, successful software architect. You’ll examine common architectural styles that you’ll need to fully understand in order to properly apply them in your designs. This learning path builds upon Architectural Thinking, the first in this series, with a detailed look at several widely used models that you’ll encounter across a broad range of industries, platforms, and frameworks.