About leibfriedm

IT proffessional and agile project manager from Munich/Germany. I work for http://www.innoq.com as Sr. Consultant. My activities include supporting the JBoss User Group Munich in organizing the anual JBoss One Day Talk conference http://onedaytalk.org and photographing http://flickr.com/leibfriedm.

Architecture in an agile context – Slides and Links

Slides and references to material from my talk yesterday at db system

A big thank you to DB Systel GmbH and  @mschauber for the invite, the opportunity to share my thoughts and a perfect organisation.

Thank you for Henrik Kniberg on his Video: Agile PO in a Nutshell from Henrik Kniberg that excels in explaining the role of an PO and how the Scrum process works

I was using ideas and materials from strategyzer.com for a brief analysis of stakeholder need

And finally the slides for download: Slides: Architecture in an agile context.

Pics of my talk in front of a great and engaged audience below:

Large Scale Web Site Goes Enterprise – The Secrets of Successful Web Brands

Here is my presentation from my presentation today at OOP Conference in Munich. The session outlined the evolution of a fictive but typical successful web enterprise from start up over scale out to a cost sensitive business with specialized teams, processes and product owners.
In an interactive workshop we drafted the evolution of the architectural challenges, driven by business needs, and how high scalable web architectures and classical enterprise architecture fit together.

Some stuff about GIT

GIT is an advanced (source code) versioning system. See some links and infos related to GIT here:

If you are interested in why git is hyped so much I suggest to understand the idea and new possibilities of distributed repositories. So, for git’s architecture I recommend the article here and after that I suggest to jump to Git Pro Book and check on Chapter 5.
Furthermore I suggest to take the warning in this article serious. It also gives a hint to use gerrit as tool for code reviews.
From my perspective release management strategy, build processes and tooling is part of both technical project management and architecture.
So, ambitious developers, be motivated to care about those aspects early!