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Wednesday, July 28, 2004
       
Combating Complexity: Eight Architects Tell You How

Over the past few months, our series on Middleware Architecture has shared with you the insights of eight highly experienced software architects — and given you the opportunity to learn lessons both small and large. Taken individually, each article in the series gives you useful strategies for tackling a particular architectural challenge — from security and persistence to extremely large databases. Taken as a whole, though, the series provides something even more valuable: a big-picture look at the common challenges all architects face — and at the surprisingly similar methods they use to cope with these challenges.

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