An Agile Architecture War Story

I don’t really believe in a common architectural process. As the author of a successful project management book, and recent articles on data architecture methods, I probably shouldn’t say this, but to paraphrase a famous quote, “When I hear ‘process’, I reach for my gun!”

This is a story of a project I worked upon which followed an informal, agile process, but delivered a successful architecture. Hopefully it serves to support my assertion that agile can have an architecture, but needs an agile architect.

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