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The quality bar that separates good and bad architects became much clearer in the last 5 years as industry matured in definition of IT Architect profession expectations, validation criteria and education guidelines. In contrast with engineering, failures of poor architecture decisions are not immediately visible and they rarely cause imminent failure – yet they are still signs of bad architect. In this session we will explore what are the skills, experiences and expected knowledge when hiring/assessing/promoting an architect and what to do when someone doesn't meet expected (or self-advertised) quality bar.
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Event HomepageTech·Ed New Zealand 2011
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