This checklist should be used when creating an Architecture Blueprint document, or blueprint style documentation. Each major bullet represents a section. Sub-bullets may represent further drilled down sections.
A repost from The Architect Abstract I’ve been away building and authoring courses, so writing has gone into something other than frivolous blurbs. Just came back from an evening with a speaker on ethics – it was supposed to have something to do with Ethics in IT and although that’s not what it was about,
An architect’s skills is a very blended list. The architect must have several key skills that are beyond their technical skills. Each specific architect will come with a bank of skills that they gleaned from being involved in the technology application or data areas of their previous experience within information technology.
Standardizing documents is not my intent for this article. It’s to share some experience and knowledge for building standards and deciding what should get standardized.
This week let’s discuss Architecture with respect to the models required to build a system from the ground up. I won’t get into the details about how these models are built, just which ones you really really need.