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Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Business Vs. The Angry Architect [97 Things] : Near-Time

Found this on Twitter today. Thought someone may find it interesting.
9/3/2008 by Chad LaVigne.
Last Updated 12/23/2008 by Chad LaVigne.

There comes a time in our career as an architect when we realize many of the issues we encounter are recurring. Though the project and industry may change, many of the problems are similar. At this point we can draw on our experience to provide many solutions quickly, leaving more time to enjoy the challenging issues. We’re confident in our solutions and we deliver as advertised. We have reached homeostasis. This is the perfect time to make a colossal mistake - like deciding you know so much that it’s time for you to start talking more than you listen. This poor decision usually comes with a side of cynicism, impatience and general anger towards inferior minds who dare contradict your superior understanding of all things technical and otherwise."

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1 comments:

Chad LaVigne March 13, 2009 at 12:29 PM  

I never thought about how the principles from that write up might also apply to real architecture. Ironically, one of the other articles I did for that project is about how different software architecture is from the traditional kind.

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