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RE: Is 'testability' a useful architectural constraint?

From: Mike Rajkowski <Mrajkowski@trustamerica.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 09:03:07 -0700
Message-ID: <9D6337586345914383C22E0FD135A74C8DB58B@ex01.TRUST.ORG>
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Chris wrote:
"Thus, testability aids clean architecture."

I actually believe the opposite.

Clean architecture aids testability.  A good architecture need to
address what occurs when it is improperly used as well as when it is
correctly used.  If something is designed with improper/limited criteria
for the error cases, then dealing with these cases will be hard to
implement or even test.

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