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[closed] Agile Architecture Event

Fariz Saracevic (904613) | asked Apr 04 '13, 10:29 a.m.
closed May 20 '13, 6:55 p.m. by Millard Ellingsworth (2.5k12431)
Announcing series of calls to discuss various ALM topics as part of newly created ALM Community

You can find more information and what we planned for your at ALM Community office hours. 

Next event topic is Agile Architecture - April 5th from 11 AM - 12 PM EST
Agile development is a time boxed iterative approach that encourages rapid and flexible response to change through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams and customers. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary architecture and design and incremental delivery of software to achieve the earliest possible benefit based upon value, risk, priority and necessity. A well functioning, agile team works with just enough process to get the job done but to achieve real productivity improvements and continuously deliver on their objectives, they need sufficient technological infrastructure, or what some have termed " Architectural Runway."   

This session will discuss some of the thoughts around " evolutionary architecture and design" approaches. 

  • What is Agile Architecture and what is the difference between this approach and traditional design and development practices?
  • Why is traceability needed in the enterprise and what is the recommended practice for just enough traceability across the life cycle?
  • What kind of architectural and design practices are suitable for " just enough"  design?
  • How do we still support generating or creating formal designs from the informal expressions for enabling more advanced architecture driven development workflows like code generation and model transforms? 

Fariz Saracevic 
Lifecycle Scenario Architect 

The question has been closed for the following reason: "Thanks for the heads-up. Closing as this is not a question." by millarde May 20 '13, 6:55 p.m.