Automation for the people, Asserting architectural soundness

Take charge of your architecture by using a proactive build process

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Paul Duvall

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: July 10, 2007

Is your software architecture what you think it is? The designs we communicate to each other aren't always what we expect when it comes to source code. Paul Duvall returns from his hiatus in this installment of Automation for the people to demonstrate how you can discover architectural deviations by writing tests using JUnit, JDepend, and Ant to discover problems proactively instead of long after the fact.

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ArticleTitle=Automation for the people: Asserting architectural soundness