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Large Scale Refactoring Through Architecture Visibility
|Authors:||Hinsman, Carl; Sangal, Neeraj; Stafford, Judith|
L.L.Bean is a large retail organization whose development processes must be agile in order to allow rapid enhancement and maintenance of its technology infrastructure. Over the past seven years L.L.Beanís Java software code-base had become more difficult to evolve. A corporate-wide effort was launched to identify and develop new approaches to software development that would enable ongoing agility to support the ever increasing demands of a successful business. This paper recounts L.L.Beanís effort in restructuring its current Java code-base and adoption of process improvements that support an architecture-based agile approach to development and maintenance.
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