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27. Design - ADFBC Application Modules - Future Proofing AM Design

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Published on Jan 15, 2014

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This episode: In this episode of the ADF Architecture TV series Chris Muir looks at two concepts of ADF BC Application Module design, how to future proof your design using nested Application Modules, and how to reorganise a legacy system's Application Modules to improve its scalability.

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