Monthly Archives: February 2014

Graphs, pyramids and organic growth

For last couple of months I have been thinking, researching, trying and failing to build different approach to software architecture.As I am getting closer to my 40ties it is high time to summarize what I have learned so far. All the past I spent following others, learning from people, adapting paradigms, testing them in real life, and throwing majority of them to a trashcan, as they were idealistic, utopian visions of reality.
Does it mean I want to concur the world with yet another manifesto? Give consultants a chance to write one more book? Does it mean I want to start a revolution? Ask you to forget all you have learned? For God’s sake, no. If I every do this, it means that I was drunk, or somebody forced me to do it.
The things I think about is rather a librarian like work, a village’s shaman who decided to put all the collective knowledge and wisdom of the tribe, written in the stone. It is rather collection of articles,blog posts, discussions, things so obvious they even don’t have name, so it is hard to talk about them.
So I named this thing, I called it Patterns of Organic Architecture. Nice name, would look nice at the cover book I will never have time to write.
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