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Abstraction Works Only in a Perfect World

This chapter examines the necessary technical context, requirements, and characteristics of the "IT Elephant Eater." The chapter then goes on to analyze existing IT elephant-eating approaches and highlights the problems these approaches present with their extensive use of decomposition and abstraction.


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Eating the IT Elephant: Moving from Greenfield Development to Brownfield

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This chapter examines the necessary technical context, requirements, and characteristics of the "IT Elephant Eater." The chapter then goes on to analyze existing IT elephant-eating approaches and highlights the problems these approaches present with their extensive use of decomposition and abstraction.

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This was last published in December 2008

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