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Re: The delivery mechanism is an annoying detail

Also the ability to put off this decision is very much dependent on how much your projects follow an existing pattern - which in almost all cases seems to be a database-driven driven business system. It's really easy to put off major technology decisions when actually you're only picking from a couple anyway because you're basically in the same sort of problem domain as you always are. When you start to push those boundaries a little - maybe getting into intersection with real physical systems such as augmented reality, a set-pieces for museums, ticketing systems for trains. Or maybe you're utilising relatively new technology where different approaches give you different options, such as in the mobile space. In these cases technology is a major part of your architecture decision which can open up or close down many avenues, and putting this decision off is absolutely impossible. Every system needs architecture, not just traditional enterprise business systems. I get a little frustrated when I see software engineering articles only really talking from the perspective of this single vertical market.

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