Architects, Anti-Patterns, and Organizational Fuckery

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Architects, Anti-Patterns, and Organizational Fuckery

What I have observed is that the architect role tends to be the locus of a whole mess of antipatterns and organizational fuckery. The role itself can also be one that does not set up the people who hold it for a successful career in the long run, if they are not careful. It can be a one-way street to being obsolete.

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My typical tactics for influencing leaders at different levels

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Architectural Erosion and Technical Debt

Welcome back to Armchair Architects as part of the Azure Enablement Show. Today we're going to talk about this architecture erosion and we're also going to talk about technical debt with our Armchair Architects, Uli Homann and Eric Charran.

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