Posts tagged ‘Architecture Practice’

August 21, 2013

Why Do Something Rather Than Nothing?

We are often called on to justify the particular option or path we are taking. We often have good articulate reasons for choosing this option over that one, for why we are taking this particular path, but we are rarely asked to justify why we are doing anything at all. But surely, this is the more important question? Why are we doing something at all? Why are we doing something rather than nothing?

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July 26, 2013

What Are Architecture Documents For?

I recently had a discussion with a colleague about what the real purpose of architecture documentation is. The simple answer of “documenting the architecture” seems unsatisfactory to me – “what is the point in that?” I think. My response to him was that architecture documents are for recording (and communicating) architectural decisions.  

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