David Dikel

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Change is one of the few "constants" of software engineering. While managing this change is a challenge for all software-intensive organizations, managing change becomes more difficult when organizations build product-lines. While reuse helps manage change across the product-line more effectively, managing change for specific components becomes more(More)
This pattern language describes software development in an organization in which the principles of software architecture are firmly in place. The patterns focus on organizational and management concerns and solutions, and are especially concerned with the informal practices used by managers to enable their organizations to be successful with software(More)
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