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Software Architecture for Developers - Question

 
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will this book be useful for a developer looking to become an architect?
 
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Hi Gobind, yes, I hope so!

That's really why I wrote the book ... I found it tricky to understand what was expected of me during my first software architecture roles, so I wanted to write the sort of book that I would have found useful at that stage in my career. There are lots of other software architecture books out there, but I personally find many of them seem to be targeting a difference audience. The "about the book" section provides some more information about my motivations for writing the book if you're interested -> https://leanpub.com/software-architecture-for-developers/read#leanpub-auto-about-the-book
 
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