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From Ken's second link: "System overviews are best written towards the end
of the development of a release because you know what you've actually
I think what the author (Scott Ambler) meant to say was, "System overviews
are *often* written towards the end of the development of a release because
no one had the skills, experience, or personality required to do things the
right way. However, system overviews are *best* written before development
Maybe I'm missing something here. Is "agile" development haphazard by