This is the second installment in a short series on my experiences applying Clean Architecture to Ruby on Rails. The first part provides some helpful context for this installment. Working on Green Field projects is often very enjoyable. Such projects come with few encumbrances, and lots of room to explore. They can be really good…Read More Applying Clean Architecture to Ruby on Rails: Green Fields
On the team I work with at Nav we’ve got three different projects running that have all been experimenting with Clean Architecture. My project in particular is a green field effort where Ruby on Rails was chosen as the starting point and applying Clean Architecture in this context has been really instructive. Many of the…Read More Applying Clean Architecture to Ruby on Rails: First Impressions
Software Architecture is a term that is often used, and abused. Frequently it is used as shorthand for all the technical decisions that go into a software project. Other times it is used to refer to diagrams and documentation so disconnected from implementation that its usefulness is completely suspect. But, the reality is that every…Read More What is Accidental Software Architecture?
By Pixabay, CC0 Licensed, https://www.pexels.com/photo/abstract-aluminum-architectural-architecture-210158/ Last week DHH wrote about his love for implicit code, and held up Rails as an example of the benefits. As someone who has been working with Ruby on Rails since 2006, I appreciate a lot of the benefits that Rails offers. However, I have also run up against some…Read More The Right Abstraction Matters