Building An Architecture Community

A session at ArchConf

Tuesday 5th April, 2016

8:30pm to 10:00pm (PST)

How is your architecture group perceived in your organization? Be honest now…is it seen as a group of ivory tower dilettantes intent on saying NO while filling a whiteboard with boxes and arrows? Or is it seen as a key component in developing rock solid software? If it's the former, how do you shift things towards the latter? Even if everyone thinks the world of the architecture team, odds are you have more work than you can handle and a bunch of tech leads that may (or may not) be thinking of all the right ilities. How do we reach out to them, mentor them, and bring them in to the fold?

Building an architectural community can help grow architects, improve the architect group's standing in the organization and ensure projects are built to last. This talk will discuss the steps one group took to grow a community of practicing architects, recognizing that not all those doing architecture work have “architect” in their job titles.

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Nate Schutta

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Time 8:30pm10:00pm PST

Date Tue 5th April 2016

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