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[1] Jorge @ 04:34PM | 2005-08-30

The whole concept of agile development can only be truely successful in successive iterations when architecture is defined up-front. No matter how agile you want to be, you have to define the baseline architecture, which I think you referred to in your first post on the matter. Without this step it will be impossible to anticipate how future requirements may impact the design of the application.

I once read an article a few months back that described the importance of this first step in comparison to something outside of IT. Imagine designing a building in this fashion without the a clear definition of the baseline architecture.

Read on ...

http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1814485,00.asp


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