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The Interface is the Program, and it ain't Agile

45 replies on 4 pages. Most recent reply: Dec 25, 2006 12:10 PM by Tom Flaherty

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Tom Flaherty

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Re: The Interface is the Program, and it ain't Agile Posted: Dec 25, 2006 12:10 PM
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"You must be fit to be Agile. Getting into shape, developing the right architectural posture, takes time and effort."

This statement is brilliant.

The establishment and reenforcement of an architectural posture (i.e getting and staying fit) is not directly addressed in Agile. Architectural posture is essential for long term viability of a product life cycle.

If there is uncertainty about the architecture then commission an Agile prototype as a means for learning and improvement.

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