Triple D : Design, Develop, Deploy

Triple D is a Belgian software development company founded by and consisting entirely out of veteran software engineers. It is a small, completely independent company with very highly skilled, experienced and opinionated software engineers with a clear vision how to develop software successfully.


Domenique Tilleuil

Software craftsman journeyman. Professional java code juggler. Avid fan of DDD and XP practices


Kris Hofmans

Finds Software Development interesting, especially the ways people find to mess it up. Gets things deployed.


Guido Dechamps

Old cranky software craftsman. All opinions are my own.


Gert Vilain

Aspiring software craftsman, motto: Automate all the things!


Yves Cuyvers

All-round software craftsman involved in the full software development lifecycle


Sander Verschuren

Software engineer with a passion for software development. Yes, there is a difference.


Harm De Weirdt

Teacher that loves to learn, Student that loves to teach.

Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute.

Abelson and Sussman

Architecture represents the significant decisions, where significance is measured by cost of change.

Grady Booch

How it is done is as important as getting it done

Sandro Mancuso

A document shouldn’t try to do what the code already does well.

Eric Evans

If you think good architecture is expensive, try bad architecture.

Brian Foote and Joseph Yoder in Big Ball of Mud

The quickest methods aren't always the fastest methods

Gordon Beeming

The quickest methods aren't always the fastest methods

Gordon Beeming

The only way to go fast, is to go well

Robert C. Martin

The only thing dumber than big design up front, is no design up front

Simon Brown

If you can't deploy services independently, you don't have micro-services. You have a distributed monolith.

Beth Skurrie

If you can't see and understand a solution. You can't evaluate it

Simon brown

A good architecture rarely happens through architecture-indifferent design

George Fairbanks

It is easy to say that a piece of code is bad. It is easy to complain or even laugh. But the question is: are you good enough to make it better?

Sandro Mancuso