Architectural Care and Feeding

Posted February 16, 1999 | Technology | Amplify

An application architecture is more like a carefully designed garden than a series of city streets. Unless you tend to its care and feeding, it will soon become unruly, overgrown with the wasteful vestiges of dead code. Ignore it long enough and you'll find that your only recourse is to engage in massive -- and very costly -- changes to correct the neglect.

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Luke Hohmann
Luke Hohmann is a management consultant committed to coaching his clients to greater levels of performance in the areas of product development, project management, system architecture, and organizational engineering. Mr. Hohmann is the author of Journey of the Software Professional: The Sociology of Computer Programming and Beyond Software Architecture: Creating and Sustaining Winning Solutions , of which Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant… Read More
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