37 Things One Architect Knows

37 Things One Architect Knows

Gregor Hohpe / Feb 21, 2020

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  • Title: 37 Things One Architect Knows
  • Author: Gregor Hohpe
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  • Page: 479
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    1. I read this & quite enjoyed it, in part because Hohpe is an engaging writer & he picks on big organizations a lot. But note the "About IT Transformation" in the title. Much of the material here is about how to get big old-economy companies to adopt more agile methods of work, and only tangentially about architecture – except inasmuch as he views the Chief Architect as a key agent of change.

    2. What does it mean to be an architect? Drawing boring diagrams? Sending messages from the ivory tower? Or maybe flooding people with lengthy presentations containing 20 bullet points per slide?In his book Gregor Hohpe shows a totally different point of view showing 37 things from different areas of an architect's work like Architecture or Organization.The author uses a pattern-like approach. The book is filled with self-references and using chapter names as patterns. Although one could argue that [...]

    3. After reading the whole book I can only recommend it to every software developer. Architect gurus will probably write their own book ;) but this one contains a lot of wisdom and experience, so I'll have to give it at least one more chance! I've followed the continuous release of this book through the Leanpub program, so I've already read some chapters at least twice and it was worth it every time.

    4. I usually rate a (technical) book with 5 stars when I have a strong feeling that I've learned stuff that has a potential to change something in my life, when I've learned something that has totally changed my perspective, made me feel stupid or just helped cross some border to achieve the next level (in skill, ability, etc.).I don't think it's the case for this book, but still - 5 stars, here they come.Not just because it's Greg Hohpe's book (you should remember him as a co-author of famous EIP [...]

    5. I loved the distillation about the impact an architect can have across an organization.It talks about all of the things outside of hands on architecture that one can do to provide value. It was great and helped remind me of focusing on the right things and ignoring the others.A must read for anyone in the architecture or solving business problems.Very well done!

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