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There is broad consensus that architects should code. Yet the challenging question is: how can architects program without being lost in myriads of local code details? Even when they program they should be in full control of a system's entire architecture. Thus, architects should not program for fun or to be accepted by developers. Instead they should program to guide an architecture's realization and get feedback on the sustainability and habitability of their own designs! Agile practices help architects to balance their coding activities with other duties, allowing them to be in control of the amount of time they spend on programming and the concerns and system parts on which they program.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 2 )