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Cracking the IT Architect Interview - Few Questions

 
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Hi Sameer,

Welcome and thanks a lot for a much required book Architect Interview. Here are my few questions.

What is the best approach (It'l be good if can elaborate) while architecting any problem?

Since an architect need not stick to a domain (banking, billing ,etc), what should be the answer to the question as to why are you chaniging the domain and how you approach with the new domain?

How much breadth and depth should an architect delve into on various topics?

What qualities are expected from a good architect?

Thanks & Regards
Avinash
 
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