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Friday, November 13, 2009
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A-Z Guide to Being an Architect

Being an architect isn't just about baffling people with unusual diagrams that only make sense when the author is in the same room. No longer can an architect wave a hand judgmentally and dismiss an idea as being "inconsistent with the prescribed architecture." These days, an architect has a lot of diverse responsibilities: to the business, the team, the vision, the technology, and even the wider world.... [More]

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Saturday, February 7, 2009
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State Management Best Practices

  The following table highlights the main state management issues:   State Management Issues Implications Stateful components Holds server resources and can ... [More]

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Friday, April 11, 2008
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Architectural patterns

Architectural patterns are meant for providing solutions to architectural problems in software engineering. It fundamentally provides a readymade structure of a solution that is targeted at a particular established proble. It describes a structural organization schema for a solution consisting of su... [More]

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Friday, April 11, 2008
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MVC : Model View Controller

Model View Controller is an Architectural pattern. View: The user interface (GUI) or the software which produces User Interface (ASP.Net Web forms ) which enables display of  information about the model to the user. Any object that needs information about the model needs to be a registered v... [More]

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Tuesday, April 1, 2008
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The Architecture Journal Reader

Wow! See what I got!! The Architecture Journal Reader from Microsoft. Thanks a Zillion to MS team. First, the Architecture Journal has been one of the best things MS is doing. I am a regular CONSUMER of the journal. It carries so much of good things that it keeps you on the toe always. Now ... [More]

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Saturday, March 29, 2008
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Software Architecture!

It was at the end of two hectic days of organisation level review of our software development process (in line with CMMi). I had a good sleep through the night only to start the day with my most hated activity, catch the morning flight! I was carrying the book "Analyzing Requirements And Def... [More]