Every day developers will make an uncountable number of decisions while working or run into past decisions that we do not fully understand. How can we organize all this content and simplify the sharing of architectural knowledge? Let's explore ADRs and how they can support decision making and sharing on various levels.

What you'll learn from this talk:
- ADRS: formats, how to fill them in, when, why
- A bit more on how to organize the team around this


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Awesome presentation, very insightful. Thanks!

Alberto Arena at 10:37 on 18 Jun 2021

Very interesting

Jos Elstgeest at 10:39 on 18 Jun 2021

Wonderful talk, very interesting!
Running "adr init" on my project now

This talk gave me everything I needed to get started using ADR's and introduce it to my team:

- Their purpose
- What they contain
- How to use them and tools
- Common pitfals
- Some guidelines

All of this was presented in a neat little package that was very pleasant to listen too.

As a speaker you are are very humble and speak at a nice pace so I can follow. Keep up the good work!

Koldo Picaza at 10:43 on 18 Jun 2021

An excellent talk with certainly useful information;-D. Thanks!

Niels Nijens at 10:47 on 18 Jun 2021

Great talk! I hope to get my team motivated to use ADRs again.

Great and brilliant presentation of a (imho) very important topic. Started writing my first ADR couple of months ago and I really and truly believe this has an amazing added value to a project.

Next to that Rafael is a great and funny speaker!

Erwin Deckers at 14:07 on 18 Jun 2021

Excellent talk! Not convinced yet, but will certainly take another look into the concept.

It was a very interesting talk about something I didn't know and I like to talk about with my team.

Good talk

Mike Lehan at 17:22 on 18 Jun 2021

A confidently presented talk, about a useful technique. Very smooth presentation, interaction with the audience chat, and a well executed demo

Mark Baker at 10:46 on 19 Jun 2021

Very useful talk as we're currently looking at implementing ADRs, so identifying what they should contain (particularly the business and financial constraints), and the tips and pitfalls on how to manage them within a project were particularly useful.
Well presented, and with enthusiasm... but that's something we expect from Rafael

Very interesting talk! a method of capturing it in this way that we will definitely give a chance. Architecture decisions were already noted in meeting minutes, but in this way it can be kept together clearly. And most importantly, why this decision was made.