SOA Architectural Skill and Hiring Guide:
Architectural Skill and Hiring Guide
This Architectural Skill and Hiring guide showcases a range of articles, tips and expert responses that elaborate on why to focus on enterprise architecture, who is likely to have the skills for successful EA work, and the ongoing issues associated with implementing architecture.
New in this guide
- Software architects navigate transitions (Architectural skills roadmap)
- A view on building essential SOA skills (Architectural skills roadmap)
- SOA Skills: Enterprise architects in demand, job researcher finds (Ongoing architecture development)
The architect is both the most important role and the hardest to define as far as prior skill requirements. This series of articles lays out the roadmap on how to go about implementing enterprise architecture and who is the most qualified to fulfill the role of architect.
Enterprise architecture is and should be perpetually evolving. The constant process of change presents a range of issues for the architect and the business. This series of articles discusses the various issues and resolutions that have presented themselves within enterprise architecture.
The intent of an enterprise architecture is to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives. This section includes several articles detailing why and how to utilize enterprise architecture to the advantage of a business.