That's completely true, but it's also not what I said. There is a difference between being able to work with a paradigm (which will take time, albeit not 10 years) and being able to write a proper critique of it. More so, if you wnat to do that in the way it was done in this article, you will need some time to get acquainted with other paradigms as well, or any comparison you make are mood points.

Seems we live in an era where it's more important to bash paradigms and technologies as soon as possible, rather than trying to understand them and put them to proper use.


Drop me a line, I see some things that we might have some interesting dicussions on. I'm working on smart(er) factories, but a smart city is also interesting to look at.


In the past ‘few’ years, everybody has been building so-called dashboards. Be it in the form of web applications, database reports or graphs created in Excel sheets, dashboards showing the progress of key performance indicators (KPIs) have been created in every organization. …


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In software engineering, and specifically in software architecture, we spend a lot of time talking about patterns, architectural styles and other rules and guidelines. Over the past 25 years, and before, a lot of books and articles have been written about those, covering all aspects of software engineering. All of…


This is the second article in a series that covers the contents of a training I developed (and taught) for over 7 years now. The training covers software design, using the Domain Driven Design approach as it’s basis.

On processes, methods and methodologies

As every experienced software professional knows, every…


This is the first article in a series that covers the contents of a training I developed (and taught) for over 7 years now. The training covers software design, using the Domain Driven Design approach as it’s basis. Why I chose Domain Driven Design is explained in a seperate article.


Last week in the comments of a LinkedIn post, I had a brief exchange with Ger Schoeber about the usefulness (or absence thereof) of the current efforts to build a Corona app in The Netherlands.

I had a vague idea of writing down how I thought a Corona app could…


This weekend I had a nice chat with an old coach and colleague. We were talking about doing new things, finding new ventures and using online possibilities of advertising yourself.

One of the things we discussed was related to a request I got very recently: Can you provide our software…


The text below is a piece that I wrote in 2009, and it’s still relevant. However, I am not sure if I still agree with my own conclusions from back then. What do you think?

Who hasn’t heard stories about managers who don’t have a clue what their engineers, architects…

Angelo Hulshout 🇳🇱🇮🇹

CEO at Schinchoku and software architect at Delphino Consultancy B.V. — writing about software, and about the Shinchoku startup.

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