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Architecting software in a new world

I came across an interesting O’Reilly web cast titled ‘O’Reilly Webcast: 10 Things Every Software Architect Should Know’. It is important ‘words of wisdom’ definitely for software architect

But, well, I believe much of it is quite relevant to many others as well, It is all the more so as software has become integral part of our every day life and software development is getting to be increasingly, as Grady Booch points out

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December 20, 2009 Posted by | Business, IBM Rational, Model Driven Architecture, Rational Unified Process, Software architecture, software engineering, UML, Unified Modeling Language, Unified Process, Web 2.0 | Leave a comment

Software Factory, MDA, Astra Model Creator, and Astra Test Automat

Often Software Factory and Model Driven Architecture as two orthogonal approaches.

For me, both are two different perspectives of software product engineering. Abstract and concrete modeling and transformation, and production at a software factory as dictated by production process dictated by architecture go hand-in-hand to make a successful product line

We, at Astra Infotech, enable the merge with our Ready for IBM Rational Software Astra Model Creator and Astra Test Automat

December 13, 2008 Posted by | IBM Rational, MDA, Model Driven Architecture, Product Engineering, Rational, Ready for Rational Software, software engineering, Software Factory, Software Quality | Leave a comment

Astra Model Creator is now ‘Ready for Rational Software’

Development of quality software requires a rigorous software architecting and design effort, and development strictly controlled by defined architecture and design. Astra Infotech‘s solution Astra Model Creator supporting model driven development is now ‘Ready for Rational Software’

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December 8, 2008 Posted by | IBM Rational, MDA, Model Driven Architecture, Product Engineering, Rational, Ready for Rational Software, software engineering, Software Factory, Uncategorized | Leave a comment