ThoughtWorks’ Molly Dishman On Software Architecture And Agile Development

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Software architecture and agile development may appear to be at odds, but Molly Dishman from ThoughtWorks believe each can influence the other in a positive way. She discusses the relationship between agile and software architecture in this interview from the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference 2015.

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