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Evaluating the Software Architecture Competence of Organizations

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Evaluating the Software Architecture Competence of Organizations
An organization is architecturally competent if it has the ability to acquire, use and sustain the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out architecture-related practices that lead to systems that serve the organization's business goals. This paper presents some principles of architecture competence, based on four models that aid in explaining, measuring, and improving the architecture competence of an individual or an organization with respect to these principles, The principles are based on a set of fundamental beliefs about software architecture. .
Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman, Mark Klei
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where WICSA
Authors Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman, Mark Klein
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