Michael Keeling and I had a video Hangout on Air today, chatting about the intersection of software architecture and agile.
Some of the topics discussed include: 3-tier architecture, YAGNI, quality attributes, big design up front, little design up front, design patterns, architecture patterns, walking skeletons, thin vertical slices, spiral model, system metaphor, extreme programming (XP), application frameworks, MVC, publish-subscribe, refactoring, architectural refactoring, refactoring vs rework, refactoring-to-patterns, lean thinking, last responsible moment, keeping options open as long as possible, Michael Waterman (NZ), cost-value-curve, “I’d love to have that problem”, architecture mismatch, conscious design decisions.
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