Developers and software architects often see ‘Onion Architecture’ as a magic solution to every one of their development problems – and they shouldn’t. With complexity increasing, letting go of spaghetti coding and creating clean architecture means being ready to adapt as requirements change.
After all, good architecture allows for dealing with the constant flow of requirements, by providing enough resilience and solid protection against regression.
In this PentaBAR, experienced Software Architect Eduard Ghergu discusses about the alternative to classic architectural models. He provides guidance and recommendation for using Clean Architecture the way it was intended.
Watch the presentation to learn about the obsolete nature of layered architecture, the challenges and core concepts of Domain-Driven Design, and what changes in clean architecture.
The agenda of the PentaBAR will touch on the following topics:
PentaBAR is an events series designed for those with a passion for technology. It’s a place for professionals to meet and share knowledge. PentaBAR began as an offline meetup, with the aim of supporting continuous learning and professional development in a relaxed, friendly environment. In June 2020, PentaBAR was relaunched as a virtual event.
Eduard Ghergu - Software ArchitectEduard Ghergu is a Software Architect with more than 24 years’ experience in software development. He is also involved in training and consulting activities, being a certified Scrum Master and Agile Project Manager. Eduard describes himself as a professional programmer and mentor, passionate about technology, blogging and clean architecture. Defying the phrase ‘Those who can’t do, teach’, this PentaBAR alumnus is also an Associate Professor at the ‘Lucia Blaga’ University in Sibiu, where he teaches students about Relational databases.