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ThinkPHP Blog:
State of PHP and Architecture
December 10, 2009 @ 08:39:59

The ThinkPHP blog (and Mayflower) are asking for your input on the current state of PHP architecture and what trends are out there.
What is the state of the art of PHP Architecture? Our CTO, Johann-Peter Hartmann, wants to know about it. Furthermore we want to know about the relevance of business goals during architecture creation. It would be great if you could help us filling out this survey, of course we'll publish it later. Please answer questions based on real-world experience and not what you would like to see

The survey asks about what architectural methods you know of, which are put into use in your work and how some of the requirements are defined. They also ask a little bit about planning - what tools you use for your plans (like a whiteboard, UML or good old pencil and paper).

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