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Contem­porary software architecture: dealing with limited resources (part 1)

Have you followed an expla­nation of how software architecture is actually supposed to work? Have you ever read a book and said to yourself, this is how we should work? All of this has happened to me several times, and in the end the reality of daily project work brought it all to a grinding halt: no money, no time, the wrong people and too much ‘legacy’. Working on software architecture (unfor­tu­nately) hardly ever meets with ideal condi­tions. That is why a modern disci­pline must be able to cope with the imper­fection of our projects. Dealing with limited resources can be key to this.

by Stefan Toth

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