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Leverage and Enhance Existing Infrastructure

  • 06 Oct 2018 8:37 AM
    Reply # 6709958 on 6685816
    Scott Ambler (Administrator)

    I just published an updated version of the goal.

  • 05 Oct 2018 4:14 PM
    Reply # 6709352 on 6685816
    Scott Ambler (Administrator)

    Valentin, good stuff.  It got us thinking a bit and we realized that a discussion of reuse principles was in order.  Perhaps more importantly we realized that we were missing a decision point, Reuse Legacy Asset, that provides an ordered list of options for how a team can reuse an asset along the lines of what you discussed.  I will do my best to get an update of this excerpt out over the weekend.

  • 22 Sep 2018 10:47 AM
    Reply # 6687446 on 6685816

    Principles - tailoring, adapt and continuous improvement, adaptive design/assets. 

    Tailoring - we will always make a tailoring decision, while we manifest our option to use, re-use or build. If we re-use an asset, it is our decision that can be used as it is.   

    Adapt and Continuous improvement - we can always decide about the opportunity about when and how to enhance, refactor or build an asset, but it is surely a poor choice to never improve them. The context will change, the requirements will change and we will need to adapt our assets. In the same time, we must take benefits of our experience and improve our tools and assets and WoW.  

    Adaptive design/Assets - building for re-use could be expensive. That cost and the overall costs will be reduced if we follow some principles that will allow to easily change or adapt an asset. Examples: separation of concerns for products and Single source of information, JBGE and KISS for documents. 

  • 21 Sep 2018 5:35 AM
    Message # 6685816
    Scott Ambler (Administrator)

    Whew!  This is it, the final goal excerpt!  We've just posted the initial draft of the Leverage and Enhance Existing Infrastructure goal.

    As usual, looking forward to your feedback.

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