Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Minimalist Architecture | Architect Technical Talent

Minimalist Architecture

As an architect, you have taken from the technical talent for your organization. Your architecture is intended to guide and limit, forcing the best of your ideas and lessons learned on designers and developers. But try to hold power too much and you will find resistance. Using too little, and you do not contribute. The solution is to take a minimalist approach to architecture-what your priorities are highest architectural requirements, and then do the best you possibly can to achieve it! That means you must maintain a minimum set of architecture decisions, while ensuring that your main priorities are met the system. These columns extend this view.

Architectural Decisions
Limiting Architectural Control
Insisting on Architectural Control
Empower Within Scope
Via: Minimalist Architecture

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