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97 Things - Architect Axioms

I recently stumbled on<a href="http://97-things.near-time.net/wiki"> &quot;97 Things - Things every software architect should know&quot;</a> (via <a href="http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/woolf?entry=97_things_every_software_architect">Bobby Woolf</a>). This is a list of axioms for architects (which will eventually be a book by O&#39;Reilly) edited by <a href="http://www.monson-haefel.com/">Richard Monson-Haefel</a>. While I don&#39;t agree with all the axioms, and some, which I fe

InformationWeek Staff

August 30, 2008

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I recently stumbled on "97 Things - Things every software architect should know" (via Bobby Woolf). This is a list of axioms for architects (which will eventually be a book by O'Reilly) edited by Richard Monson-Haefel. While I don't agree with all the axioms, and some, which I feel, are a bit overlapping (e.g. one on trade-offs and one on balancing), there's a lot of great stuff there.

 

For instance, here are a few of the ones I like:

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