Big Problems and Little Problems

Listening to an architecture presentation on InfoQ there was an interesting comment made about how an architect should prioritise decisions. An interesting point raised was around the impact of resolving big architecture decisions early in that these decisions allow smaller problems can be easier. The reverse of this is even more significant, in that making the easy architecture decisions before the big ones constrains what decisions you can make to solve you big problems.

This is one of those common sense type statements that is good to make a conscious decisions when creating an architecture.

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