Software design is certainly one of the most discussed and most difficult activities in software engineering. Designing correct and complete architecture before development is virtually impossible. The real design emerges only when you implement a certain feature; reasoning in micro is easier than reasoning in macro, and requirements can change any time during the developing phase. For this reason, we will discuss emergent design, which means software design that emerges during development. This process entails renegotiating class responsibilities, properties, behaviors, and interactions.
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