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Bess Moore
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hi all,

For part 2 i have read the case study from Mark Cade book, the solution seem very simply. my question is how simple/complication the solution for part 2 have to be?

Is the mark cade book provide too simple solution?

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bess
 
Hong Anderson
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Make it simplest as possible. Simplicity is a good attribute. I wonder why you don't want your solution simple, that is what architects try to achieve.
 
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I think the Cade book provides a very basic overview of a decent slice of the project.

I think you're going to have more data than just the Cade book, I know I did, but I don't overdo it.

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J J Wright
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The level of detail is a red herring. Concentrate on directly addressing the requirements (functional and non-functional). If you have a simple design that does all of those things then that's great - stakeholders in the real world don't give you extra marks for complexity.

I only looked at the Cade example very briefly but I don't see how it addresses any of the major non-functional requirements or integration issues that your assignment probably stipulates.
 
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Jonathan Aotearoa wrote:stakeholders in the real world don't give you extra marks for complexity.

Maybe no extra marks, but negative marks for sure .
 
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