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More articles by Derek Lane

Author Bio
Derek Lane is an Enterprise Architect with Countrywide Financial Corp. He has worn various hats in his career including mentor, coach, architect, manager, developer, trainer, methodologist and resident Open Source Zealot. Lane is a contributor to various projects as author, presenter, and technical reviewer, including his role as co-author for the upcoming book, "EJB3 In Action" (Manning).

Lane is the Founder of both the Oklahoma City Java User Group (OKCJUG) and the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas MicroJava User Group; and has been active as a member, presenter, and mentor for over a decade at various technology user groups across the Midwest and Southern U.S.

For Architecture Zone | November 20, 2006
Getting your arms (and eyes) around large, complex code bases has never been easy, but Structure101 from Headway Software may just be the elegant solution to this age-old problem. Find out how this visual design tool analyzes your enterprise projects and lets you zone in on issues quickly and gracefully.
For Architecture Zone | October 17, 2006
You know that adopting an Agile methodology is the right thing to do, but trying to sort out all the different methodologies is a major research endeavor. How to know which one is right for your organization? In this two-part article, you'll learn all the ins and outs of the seven most popular methodologies so you can pick the one that's best for you. In part 2, we cover AUP, Crystal, and DSDM.
For Architecture Zone | October 11, 2006
You know that Agile methodology is the right thing to do, but trying to parse all the different methodologies is a major research endeavor. How to know which one is right for your organization? In this two-part article, you'll learn all the ins and outs of the seven most popular methodologies so you can pick the one that's best for you. In part 1, we cover XP, Scrum, Lean, and FDD.
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