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Lessons in agility from Internet-based development

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This article describes the experiences of two Internet startup companies adopting effective and efficient modeling and documentation practices. Both organizations successfully developed agile approaches for enterprise architectural modeling, one taking a communal team-based approach and the other a chief-architect approach. They adopted similar strategies for project-level modeling, adopting highly iterative and incremental approaches that focused on modeling and not on the resulting models themselves. There is a "sweet spot" where modeling efforts can provide significant benefit without incurring the costs of onerous documentation

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 2 )