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In interviews conducted last October, this issue's guest editors, Mehdi Mirakhorli and Jane Cleland-Huang, spoke with Daniel Dvorak and Jan Bosch, who shared their perspectives as software architects on the interweaving of requirements and architecture. Dvorak is the lead for the NASA software architecture review board and has worked on various technology development projects and space missions, including Deep Space One and Mars Science Laboratory. Bosch is a software architect and agilest with a wealth of experience designing and implementing software-as-a-service and Web 2.0 solutions that typically provide services to hundreds of thousands, even millions, of customers.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 2 )

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March-April 2013

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