Built For Change – A Definite Software Aspiration

by Royd Brayshay on February 19, 2010

Adopting software change right from the start of the software development lifecycle is the chief reason the agile movement came about. In the third of the six part BBC TV series entitled “How Buildings Learn” first screen in 1998, Stuart Brand why building for change has been such an important ingredient of successful architecture over the long term.

The software road is gridlocked with balls of mud that failed to adapt to change fast enough to survive. While this is a fascinating documentary about architecture; Brand describes a design perspective with a far broader appeal.

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