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Q. Postulated in 1968 by one computer programmer, this law postulates that Sof tware architectures will reflect the structure of the organization that built them?

A. Conway's law is an adage named after computer programmer Melvin Conway, who introduced the idea in 1968; it was first dubbed Conway's law by participants at the 1968 National Symposium on Modular Programming. It states that organizations which design systems are constrained to produce designs which are copies of the communication structures of these organizations. Conway's law was not intended as a joke or a Zen koan, but as a valid sociological observation. It is a consequence of the fact that two software modules A and B cannot interface correctly with each other unless the designer and implementer of A communicates with the designer and implementer of B. Thus the interface structure of a software system necessarily will show a congruence with the social structure of the organization that produced it.
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