Not much has been shared and talked about on Architecture as practiced on Agile projects. In fact, there is a concern among organizations small and large in adopting Agile practices/process that they have to abandon architecture in favor of agility. However, from experts we hear about this "emerging design and architecture," but not much explained in a way that dispels the myth around architecture on Agile projects. I would like to show step by step how we have done it on a large government project. (includes workflow automation, transactions, and data warehousing solutions, as well as spans multiple legacy components, and multiple agencies).
The participants will be able understand how architecture evolves on Agile projects and how to manage/guide this evolution of architecture in a way to meet the goals of the project.
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