This page contains links to various resources that I have created over the years that, judging by inbound traffic from search engines, people have found useful.
These posts are the ones from my old site that people have accessed over the last few years, so I have migrated them to this site.
|2017-09-21||Blockchain as an Architectural Element|
|2015-07-01||Architecting in the Gaps: A Metaphor for Architecture Work|
|2014-10-01||The Context View for Software Systems|
|2011-02-11||A Quick Wordpress 404 Redirect Page|
|2009-12-28||Getting the Hard Drive out of a 2006 iMac|
|2021-06-01||Continuous Software Architecture. A range of resources for the Continuous Software Architecture approach that Murat Erder and Pierre Pureur pioneered several years ago and I contributed to as a co-author of their second book on the subject.||Link|
|2013-12-27||Visio UML Stencils. Some years ago, Pavel Hruby created an excellent set of Visio stencils for UML (and SysML) and they have been updated over the years as Visio has evolved. Today they remain the best by a long way.||Link|
|2011-06-01||Viewpoints and Perspectives Resources. Templates, summaries, training and reference materials for the "V&P" approach to software architecture that Nick Rozanski and I authored. We created this some time ago, but it is still an approach that people are finding to be useful today.||Link|
|2005-07-01||OCL Reference Sheet. Very dated now but may still be useful to some people.|