Lean Principles and Software Architecture: Categories of Waste
Occasionally this blog will highlight different posts from the SEI blogosphere. Today's post is from the SATURN Network blog by Nanette Brown, a visiting scientist in the SEI's Research, Technology, and System Solutions program. This post explores Categories of Waste in Lean Principles and Architecture, and takes an in-depth look at three of the eight categories of waste (defects, overproduction, and extra complexity) from the perspective of software development in general and software architecture in particular.
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