One of the major points of disagreement about software relates to how much up front design to do, with people being very polarised as to when they should do design and how much they should do.The perfect amount sits somewhere in the chasm between Big Design Up Front’s 'analysis paralysis' and Emergent Design’s 'refactor distractor', but how much is "just enough"? Join Simon Brown to find out.
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How much up front design is just enough?
Simon Brown is the founder of Coding the Architecture and either a software architect who codes or a software developer who understands architecture