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Starting career in development, many questions about middle tier [closed]

I just came here to ask for some advice. I've just graduated from university and now started my first real programming job. Basically I will be working on the middle tier of a large application but ...
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Reading/resources for improving architect and senior engineer skills [closed]

I am working on improving my architect / senior engineer skills. In particular, I want to focus on "getting lost in the weeds" - spending a lot of time on a problem while a better solution could have ...
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Prerequisites to become a technical architect [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the things necessary to become good technical architect I have many years of development experience mostly in Microsoft technologies and looking forward for an ...
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Standard practices for an architect

I am the architect for my group. Unfortunately I was given this position organically and there are no standards in place for how I should do my job. At different companies, how does the architect role ...
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I've got my Master's in Software Engineering… Now what? [closed]

Recently I completed a Master of Science in Software Engineering from Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA, US), because I wanted to have some formal education in software (my undergrad is in Math Ed) ...
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Senior developer role to architect role

Sometimes I think architect role is just a title that is given for someone that has been a senior developer for a number of years. How do you know when a senior developer is ready to take on an ...
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The Next Step, from Senior Developer to Architect

A little background: Bachelor In Engineering, Master Degree in Comp Sci. Landed junior dev straight out of Uni. 2 years later, left for Senior Dev. Now planning next step... Platform: .NET, VB,C# ...
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Would experience in multiple programming languages/frameworks assist one in becoming a software architect?

Would it be useful to have experience in multiple programming languages/frameworks/stacks when applying for a software architect role? For example, combining experience in C#/.NET with Java/J2EE. ...
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What are the things necessary to become good technical architect

I was just curious to know about how to become a good technical architect Or what are the things makes a Developer good architect. Please share your insights and articles.