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Skill set for a Java EE architect

 
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What are the skill sets (Both technical and non technical) must an architect possess ?
 
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Hey Sundar,

This was the same thing I was in look out for. But unfortunately no responses

Anyways, few things I assume a TA should be familiar is with,
  • Familiar with all levels of software development.
  • Good technical and communication skills.
  • Good mentoring skills.
  • Flawless application designing skills w.r.t requirements and functionality.
  • Wider technology base(not just one programming language or one domain)
  • Innovativeness and creativeness, bit of thinking out of the box.
  • Keeping updated on latest market trends of applications.


  • Well, there should be lot more, or probably some of the above could be ruled out. I am not sure, because I am not a technical architect yet.

    We will know what exactly it needs to be only if we get the answer out of the horses mouth

    Lets wait for answers and contradictions on this
     
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    8 to 10 years of software development, system design, technical leadership and technical resource management experience. Including exposure to various kind of technologies and software products followed by proper architect trainings and workshop then the pursuit of SCEA.
     
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