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

May 20, 2010 | George Fairbanks

I’m honored to have received the following endorsement from a client
who works at at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.

\_The Risk-Driven Model approach described in George Fairbanks’\_ Just Enough Software Architecture \_has been applied to the eXtensible Information Modeler (XIM) project here at the NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) with much success.\_ \_George’s approach illustrated to the customer why the system was designed the way it was from its service layer, data-access layer, dependency injection support, and even its data architecture. The high-high quality attribute pairs that fell out of the architecture process justified the tasks, schedule, and cost of the project. The modeling constructs have helped communicate the architecture among all team members and even to prospective new customers. The architecture has allowed the XIM project to be a success here at JSC and it can help your project be a success as well.\_ \*It is a must for all members of the project from project management to individual developers. In fact, it is a must for every developer’s tool belt. (The Code Model section and the anti-patterns alone are worth the cost of the book!).\* \_Using “Just Enough Software Architecture” and involving the whole project team in the approach will go a long way towards project success.\_ —Christopher Dean, Chief Architect, XIM, Engineering Science Contract Group - NASA Johnson Space Center


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