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Re: An architecturally-evident coding style

When you say 'architecturally-evident' don't you really mean that the development (or deployment) view matches the logical view (borrowing from the 4+1 model)? In a lot of systems I've looked at there is drift between what the architecture is nominally, how the code looks when unpacked in Eclipse/VS, and what you see in arch metrics. For example, there might be a common library .jar but the classes within don't sit in a com.example.common package.

Re: An architecturally-evident coding style


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