Tuesday, March 3, 2009

scalable architecture

Very often when I join a project, I see developers performing all kinds of tricks just to stay within their architecture.

Sure, it is a good idea do determine or develop some kind of architecture when you start a project. If you don't do that after a while your software won't be readable or maintainable anymore. Developers will come and go, each bringing in their own style of doing things. But if your system evolves, it's very likely that your working architecture will not live up to its needs. Therefore don't hesitate to adjust your architecture instead of wasting time and money trying to figure out hacks to solve the problem within the current standards.

In other words: ''Scale your Architecture''

1 comment:

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