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Hitchhiker’s Guide To Technical Leadership

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Beautiful designs and architectures are all good and well, but is application architecture enough? To what degree are modern solutions architected around end user adoption or for operational excellence with great embedded telemetry? What are the characteristics of great architecture and the behaviors of a great architect and technical leaders? Join certified architect Norm Judah, Microsoft Services CTO, to discuss the development of architects and technical leaders within Microsoft Services.

Watch Norm introduce this session in this short teaser video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNA8o05VinE

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  • chris hornechris horne

    Wonderful session, really made me think hard about both what my group does and how it personally affects me.

  • Regie GardoceRegie Gardoce

    Awesome presentation by Norm and brilliant insight on what real architecture is in the real world! His answer to my question turned my decision upside down.

  • MickMick

    OH no - video not working anymore. Hoping someone can fix it ...

  • Anyone using Microsoft's technical leadership as an example of "Doing it right" wwway over subscribed in credability.

    I especially giggled at the "You have to articulate your products clearly" moment of zen.... (*looks at Microsoft.com*....looks back at inbox of consultancy requests...looks back at Microsoft.com*...clear as mud guys, clear as mud).



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