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Software Architecture: The Next Step for Object Technology (PANEL)

journal contribution
posted on 01.01.1993, 00:00 by Bruce Anderson, Mary Shaw, Larry Best, Kent Beck

Architectures are the structuring paradigms, styles and patterns that make up our software systems. They are important in many ways: they allow us to talk usefully about systems without talking about their detail; a knowledge of them gives us design choices; attention to this level can make systems and families of systems have the non-functional properties we want, especially changeability. Each panelist will address the following issues: What is architecture? What is the value you have had so far from this concept? What is the next step for you? What is the next step for the community?