Wednesday 9th October, 2013
11:30am to 1:00pm
An important responsibility for many software architects is fostering and defending nonfunctional software qualities. These qualities are numerous, and they can interact in complex ways, so techniques for keeping abreast of them are vital for gauging the health of an architecture. In this presentation, I will focus on a single quality attribute, testability, and in particular I will explore how maintaining testability will tend to improve many other attributes.
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