Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Yoder on Good vs. Bad architecture

One of the biggest challenges in software engineering is to prove that shortsighted decisions, both at the low and high level, can be detrimental and cost more in the long term. So far, whenever I had to convince someone, it has been very challenging. And along these lines, it's always refreshing to see someone being sensible when it comes to that:

“If you think good architecture is expensive, try bad architecture.” Brian Foote & Joseph Yoder
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