CPSA® – ADVANCED LEVEL MODULE
ADOC – Architecture Documentation
How to document and communicate software architecture? The curriculum includes contents, methods and tools for a target-group-oriented recording of solution approaches at various points in the life of a software system.
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How to document and communicate software architectures
In their everyday work, software architects are repeatedly faced with typical challenges in the creation and maintenance of technical documentation, for example the selection of suitable documentation structures, notations and result types, the handling of large documentation (especially existing or outdated documentation), the selection, configuration and introduction of tool chains or the versioning of documents. Documentation in teams as well as collaborative creation and maintenance or content-related and formal reviews of documentation can also be difficult tasks that need to be solved.
In addition to a detailed discussion of the basic terms and component elements of software architecture documentation, the Advanced Level training course Architecture Documentation offers software architects a wide range of tools for the implementation and evaluation of architecture documentation, and enables architects to successfully face the typical challenges of documentation on their own.
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