"The time of maintenance on a project will increase in direct correlation to the number of steps between your View and your Model."

When estimating the amount of work required for any change to a system, you can estimate the time required to change the model or the view, and then multiply that time by the number of Degrees of Maintenance in the task to get a better estimatation of the total time of the task.

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AuthorPete Oliver-Krueger

There are 5 technologies/design principles, that when used together, help to ensure that any software written is sufficiently adaptable to be ready to be reused in future architectures, regardless of what you know about those future architectures at the present time.

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AuthorPete Oliver-Krueger

A fast-forward history of object-oriented programming, leading to a new programming standard called Property-Invocation (Pi) Programming. By following 4 basic rules, you can gain infinite flexibility and power with your object-oriented architectures. Every object operates as a plugin for any other object, facilitating reuse and promoting "encapsulation" in your objects.

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AuthorPete Oliver-Krueger
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