As the software infrastructure get more complex with pieces of applications running on server, mobile or cloud locations, the discipline of software architecture is more important than ever. The Agile approach has done its part to bring the software architects down from an ivory tower, but some developers have also started to believe that you […]
From the extensive format of UML use cases to the minimal guidance of the Agile user stories, there have been many attempts to formalize the expression of software requirements. However, the free text is still the form that is used by a majority of software development organizations.
Methods & Tools – the free magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has just published its Fall 2011 issue with the following articles that focuses mainly on user interface and project management practices: * Dialogue Sheets for Scrum Retrospectives – Helping Scrum Improvement * Using Models and Standards – Tools for Software […]
You have more chances to like a book on documenting software architectures when the authors know how to write and this is the case for this one. It starts by explaining the concepts of architecture views and styles. A second part discusses in a more detailed fashion the process of documenting architecture. I think that […]