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Design For Replaceability - Architecture For An Agile Lifestyle

01.10.2013
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The most important question to be asked when developing a new software system is "How will we replace it?" It is however a question seldom asked. Instead organization focus on reusability, which unfortunately helps create rigid and inflexible architectures. The talk shows how to design systems made up of small parts, why you should standardize on protocol and not platform and how you will end with a system that is easier to scale and maintain.