JTIE 2013, 5(1):107-114 | 10.5507/jtie.2013.016

METHODOLOGY ARCHITECTURE FIRST

Rudolf PECINOVSKÝ
Rudolf Pecinovský

The set of tasks solved by computers increases all the time. There are also programming tasks among them. The area, which still resists to automation, is a design of a good architecture. However, most of the current methodologies do not reflect this trend and teach primarily how to write a program in some programming language. The methodology Architecture First turns it up and starts with teaching the architecture. The paper introduces this methodology and explains its basic principles.

Keywords: architecture, Architecture First, Design Patterns First, education, methodology, OOP, programming

Published: April 1, 2013

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