Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Wiki for Architecture Documentation & Managing Your Project

The idea of using a Wiki to manage coordination and artifact development as part of your software development is not new. The concept and tools have matured to a point where even the most monolithic organizations involved in development of large software intensive solutions are using this.

The goal of using a Wiki is simple: keep artifacts current through collaborative ownership.

The multitude of successful open source projects using a Wiki based approach is the best justification why a community based approach works. Additionally, a perspective from academia centric sources, with associated analysis, will help you build a business case.

If you're considering pursuing a Wiki based approach consider the following resources:

Constantin Kostenko
Firebrand Architect®

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