Software architects occupy a unique space in the world of IT. They are expected to know the technologies and software platforms on which their organizations run as well as the businesses that they serve. "A great software architect needs to master both sides of the architect's coin: business and technology," says Richard Monson-Haefel, editor of 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know (O'Reilly). "This is no small challenge, and it's why this book was created."
According to Monson-Haefel, the slim volume of two-page, easy-to-digest essays provides advice from software architects around the world on everything from how to avoid common pitfalls to how to build talented teams. He calls it a smorgasbord of advice from established software architects for other software architects or those who aspire to become software architects.
97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know shares what top architects think is important and how they approach projects. If you want to improve or cement your career, this book is essential reading...
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