5. Architecture

“Simple things should be simple; complex things should be possible.”

—Alan Kay

Figure 5-1: Every system has an architecture. A beehive is a great example of an emergent architecture.


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In the previous chapters, you read about how development is done in sprints and how progress is monitored by the team. In the next four chapters, I focus on the activities during a sprint, where product backlog items (PBIs) get transformed to pieces of potentially working software. This chapter covers the specifics of how and when architecture happens and the accompanying tooling provided by Visual Studio (VS).

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