I had the pleasure of delivering the closing keynote at the DevDay 2014 conference in Krakow, Poland last month. It's a one day event, with a bias towards the .NET platform, and one of my favorite conferences from this year. Beautiful city, fantastic crowd and top-notch hospitality. If you get the chance to attend next year, do it!
If you missed it, you can find videos of the talks to watch online. Here's mine called Software architecture vs code. It covers the conflict between software architecture and code, how we can resolve this, the benefits of doing so, fishing and a call for donations to charity every time you write
public class without thinking. Enjoy!
p.s. I've written about some of these same topics on the blog ... for example, Modularity and testability and Software architecture vs code. My Structurizr project is starting to put some of this into practice too.