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Links 1 through 10 of 28 by Ken Robson tagged patterns

This is the home of the knowledge system that demonstrates the power and structure of DYA|Infrastructure, the Sogeti infrastructure architecture methodology. This is achieved by presenting the infrastructure architecture knowledge base of a fictitious company named SmartMart. Much of the content of this knowledge base is generic and applicable universally, like descriptions of infrastructure function and pattern types.

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This is the home of the knowledge system that demonstrates the power and structure of DYA|Infrastructure, the Sogeti infrastructure architecture methodology. This is achieved by presenting the infrastructure architecture knowledge base of a fictitious company named SmartMart. Much of the content of this knowledge base is generic and applicable universally, like descriptions of infrastructure function and pattern types.

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architypes.net is a library of architectural design issues, solutions and ideas.

At the heart of architypes.net are two simple but powerful ideas:

Patterns: The principles and ideas are organized into "patterns". Each pattern describes a solution for a specific problem or design goal. (see also: Understanding Patterns)
Open Collaboration: architypes.net is a continuously evolving peer-reviewed project that you are invited to participate in.

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Software architecture is getting a lot of attention. Is it just the silver bullet du jour? We think not. It surely is critical to today's business success, yet it requires technical, business and organizational talents and skills that warrant their own pa

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This issue presents six papers on the Enterprise Solutions Structure (ESS) project, a major IBM initiative focusing on the reuse of high-level software assets, such as architectures, methods, business patterns, and technology templates. A technical note o

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The Model-View-Controller (MVC) Design Pattern is much heralded as the "Right Way" to build web applications. Although MVC is undoubtedly a valuable and useful way to architect such systems, I believe it goes far deeper than MVC alone.

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This document addresses the way an architect can do his work. It shows many
tools that belong to the architect toolkit: The CAFCR model, tools per 5 views
(Customer Objectives, Application, Functional, Conceptual and Realization),
Qualities, Story tell

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This article introduces building blocks for architecting IT infrastructures to provide
web services. The primary audience for this article is a beginning/junior architect
who has at least one year of experience with infrastructure platforms. This articl

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For years the norm for object developers was to work in an evolutionary (iterative and incremental) manner but for database developers to work in a more serial manner. With the predominance of evolutionary development methodologies such as Extreme Program

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Agile Modeling (AM) is a practice-based methodology for effective modeling and documentation of software-based systems. Simply put, Agile Modeling (AM) is a collection of values, principles, and practices for modeling software that can be applied on a sof

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