Architecting for the '-ilities'

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Developers focus on functional requirements, but once you step into the architect role, your world is increasingly inhabited by the ‘-ilities’—the nonfunctional or quality attributes of a software system. But which ‘-ilities’ matter and which don’t? Nathaniel Schutta explores approaches to architectural problems and explains how to best document the inevitable decisions we arrive at.

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O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference - New York, New York
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