Advance praise for my book Just Enough Software Architecture, Part I

May 15, 2010 | George Fairbanks

I’m honored to have received the following endorsement from a top
software architecture expert from the Software Engineering
Institute
. Paulo has been reading drafts of
my book, Just Enough Software Architecture, over the past few
months and provided essential insights that have improved the book
greatly.

\_This book reflects the author’s rare mix of deep knowledge of software architecture concepts and extensive industry experience as a developer. If you’re an architect, you will want the developers in your organization to read this book. If you’re a developer, do read it. The book is about architecture in real (not ideal) software projects. It describes a context that you recognize and then it shows you how to improve your design practice in that context.\_ — [Paulo Merson](http://www.sei.cmu.edu/about/people/pfm.cfm), Visiting Scientist at the [Software Engineering Institute](http://www.sei.cmu.edu), and practicing software architect

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