Monthly Archives: November 2014

Maintaining your Software Architect status

As a software architect, there are a few things that you need to do, regularly, to maintain your edge.  Without these things, you are becoming more irrelevant (and un-qualified) every day. Every week – Pick a new/trending technology and spend … Continue reading

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Exceeding expectations, the wrong way

In any job that you might have, it is a good idea to exceed expectations. School, job, marriage, lawn care, manners, (you get the picture) are all great places to exceed expectations. Probably the only place that you should not … Continue reading

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Perfection is expensive

I had an interesting discussion with a co-worker today. Out of it came this conclusion: Perfection is expensive. Perhaps that is why Microsoft is so profitable. Heh. It sounds like I’m picking on the big MS.  However, MS is not alone.  … Continue reading

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