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Architectural Quality: Design, Development and Testing Rules
For software to be tested effectively, it must be designed from the start with that goal in mind. Testability, like quality itself, cannot be an afterthought: it must be considered from the start - before the first line of code is ever written. To establish and maintain a certain level of technical quality on macro (architecture) and micro (implementation) level it is necessary to apply an agreed set of simple coding conventions.
Read this white paper to learn more about the rules of architectural quality.
Alexander von Zitzewitz
CEO hello2morrow Inc.
Alexander von Zitzewitz is founder of the company and CEO of the US subsidiary. He has more than 20 years of project and manangement experience. In 1993 he founded ootec - a company focused on project services around object oriented technology. This company was sold to the French Valtech group in 2000. From 2003 to early 2005 he was working as Director of Central Europe for the French company Xcalia S.A. Alexander has a degree in Computer Science from the Technical University of Munich.
- hello2morrow, Inc.
- 29 Sep 2008
- 24 Sep 2008
- 14 Page(s)
- White Paper