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Outline Non-Functional Requirements Task: Prioritize Requirements Task: Detail Functional Requirements Task: Detail Non-Functional Requirements Task: Update Software Architecture Document Task: Review Requirements with Stakeholders Summary Chapter 8: Survey Architecture Assets Task: Define Architecture Overview Task: Document Architecture Decisions Task: Outline Functional Elements Task: Outline Deployment Elements Task: Verify Architecture Task: Build Architecture Proof-of-Concept Task: Detail Functional Elements Task: Detail Deployment Elements Task: Validate Architecture Task: Review Architecture with Stakeholders Summary Chapter 9: Review Architecture with Stakeholders Summary Chapter A Note from the Authors Appendix A: Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources.

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In this capacity he helps organizations improve their software development capability, with a particular focus on and interest in improving the architecting process. Peter has been in the software industry since and has spent much of his career architecting and implementing large-scale, distributed systems. He has been in the software industry since , during which time he has worked as a programmer, real-time software engineer, and process engineer across a range of industries, including telecommunications, financial services, retail, and government.

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I made notes in the margins on page 1 and continued to the end. Another surprise was the preface saying both architects and students are the target audience. Students won't get the deepness of it, but they will still learn a lot.


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Finally, the authors are both IBM'ers but it doesn't "The Process of Software Architecting" looks like it could be read in one sitting. While the case study uses JEE, the authors summarize relevant knowledge beforehand. Enough with the surprises. This approachable book is visual and list heavy which makes for easy understanding.

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Consistent bold keywords help readability. I found myself skimming some parts where the visual said it all. The appendices provide a tabular summary of much content. For the page case study, they have tasks defined in a summary box.

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While the case study is simpler than real life, it is supplemented by examples later. My only complaint was the term "right-sizing" to mean scaling small vs large teams. Since this word was hijacked to mean layoffs, it is emotionally charged. But that being my only issue with the book is still pretty good.

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I strongly recommend this book for anyone who is an architect or wants to be one day. I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing this review on behalf of CodeRanch. Andre rated it it was ok Sep 14, Max rated it liked it Jan 09, Cuong Pham rated it it was amazing Sep 29, Jaan rated it did not like it Dec 30, Rob Wolfe rated it it was amazing May 12, Scott rated it really liked it Sep 17, Jason Hepi rated it really liked it Oct 16, Rony Atoun rated it liked it Apr 01, Sean Blakey rated it liked it Jul 24, Igor rated it really liked it Oct 03, Eugene Hlyzov rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Daniel Koller rated it did not like it Jan 19, Joey rated it liked it Jan 03, CT Ray rated it really liked it Dec 28, Stephen Bennett rated it liked it May 31, Zdenek Zenger rated it liked it Feb 27,