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Unformatted text preview: you discover is totally unsuitable for use. (3) You discover that the writers of the original contract implied an architecture that is both expensive and risky to implement and maintain. It also appears that the solution proposed is a copy of one you have seen in another organization. (4) There is no developer skill set with the chosen language of implementation and architecture that was proposed in the contract. (5) There is significant legacy that has to be reused in software and stovepipe systems that place significant impact on the architecture. (6) There is significant need for extensibility as there is a follow on contract that the company wants to win also which would reuse the work done on the current contract but the requirements of the individual systems are very different. (7) The performance and scalability quality attributes demanded for such a system are not achievable using the approach of (3) above....
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- Spring '11
- Software engineering, System software, software development organization, special low cost, significant dollar impact