This is a continuation from the ongoing discussion of TeraTech's Development Approach.
4. Application Architecting
Once the prototype is finished and approved by the system owners, the application architect constructs the application design or schema, identifying fuseaction and organizing them into circuits. Each fuseaction's behavior is broken down into a set of fuses, and the architect writes a Fusedoc and a test harness for each fuse to be produced. Once the design has been constructed, coding can begin.
Each coder employed on the project is sent one or more fuses and their corresponding test harnesses. The coder writes each fuse according to its Fusedoc. By using the Fusebox framework, the coder's work does not rely on the rest of the application. Each fuse can be coded and tested on its own, and can be plugged into the rest of the application. This step can be accomplished by one coder or many coders.