Software architects needed to boost quality

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  • Thursday, 23 Feb 2006

KUALA LUMPUR: The Independent Software Architect Council of Malaysia (ISAC-M) believes that the vast majority of information technology projects in Malaysia do not involve software architects simply because the role is not well defined or fully understood. 

ISAC-M co founder Aaron Tan Dani said in order for Malaysia to become an internationally recognised producer of quality software, the ICT industry needed to engage software architects. 

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