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The Book of Architecture Axioms

| by Gavin Terrill on Aug 22, 2008. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |

Richard Monson-Haefel, award winning author and technical analyst, has announced that the "97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know" wiki site is now up and running. The 97 things project aims to provide "insight and guidance to software architects all over the world":

Each axiom is a piece of advice for software architects about everything from maintaining the vision to communicating with co-workers.

The site is open to community contributions, with each axiom being licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons, Attribution 3 open source license.

Samples include (registration may be required to access these):

O'Reilly Media, Inc., plans to publish a book of the top 97 axioms early next year, with additional books in the "97 things" meme to follow (e.g. "97 Things Every Software Project Manager Should Know").

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