Article: Architectural Trade-Offs: The Art of Minimizing Unhappiness

To architect is to be a frustrated perfectionist; a good architecture minimizes this unhappiness by making trade-offs that can be lived with. The main skill in architecting is making trade-offs. These trade-offs reflect the most important and difficult decisions a team will make about its architecture.

By Pierre Pureur, Kurt Bittner

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