Architecture Testing Guide Released

The patterns & practices Architecture Testing Guide is designed to help project stakeholders, software designers, developers, and testers understand the process of testing software architecture before the code is implemented. The paper describes an approach and methodology for testing the design of a system, and describes the user-specific viewpoints that you must consider during the testing process. The Architecture Testing Guide walks through the process of testing a system from each viewpoint, and provides instructions, examples, and best practices along the way. A draft version of the paper is for download here.

You can download it from GDN.

Comments (2)
  1. Mike Gale says:

    I haven’t read it in detail (yet), but I think this is an important direction.

    Have you considered mixing the methodology approach with something else. Maybe treating each viewpoint as a persona and letting the detail come from that persona.

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