elsadek Ab wrote:The question is : do all these achievements grant me the title of architect ?
I wrote:I answered something like, "Well, I can give you my black belt right now, if you want it, but will that really make you a black belt?" My point, which I probably could have gotten across with more tact...
Simon Brown wrote:We live in a very title-driven world unfortunately ... I've seen people striving for promotions to be a "software architect" because they wanted the title, recognition and salary increase that accompanied the promotion. Whether they were ready for, and wanted to undertake, the *role* was a different story though.
Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:In my last job, I eventually became the "chief architect". I'm like dude!! stop giving me bullshit titles. I "demoted" myself to technical architect
Saritha Penumudi wrote:Quick question on technology selection from article http://www.infoq.com/articles/brown-are-you-a-software-architect. As there are more than one possible solution/problem for every problem, How would you go
about picking one technology/framework over other. It can get overwhelming to try out (do POC) on each framework to see if it fits the solution.
Are there better tools or process that makes this selection easier?
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