Do you agree that there is massive value in patterns?
How much time is spent in your Enterprise understanding and maintaining patterns?
What problems exist with documenting and maintaining patterns?
Who should be responsible for maintaining patterns?
Are people in your Enterprise given the appropriate time and resources to find, model and maintain patterns?
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Here we see the Mandelbrot Set. An illustration of one of
the most important and powerful patterns known to man (and nature) - Recursion.
There are two types of patterns:
¨Firstly we recognise that patterns exist everywhere in just about
everything and especially in nature - a self-optimising system for the
sustainability of living organisms that are Effective (reproduction),
Efficient, Agile and Durable. Hmmm - sounds la bit like an Enterprise! Patterns
promote efficiency and elegance in the structure (Architecture) of things and
how they work. Things that have discernable patterns tend to be much better
than those that do not.