Introduction to Architecture

Introduction to Architecture

If we look at architectures, the results of architecting by architects, the following examples may support this.

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Community Leverage Model

Community Leverage Model

Community Leverage is about applying best practices from our experiences as available in our knowledge base, on a global scale. In other words, if I encounter a problem (or opportunity), the community may have provided solutions for very similar problems.

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Architects go the extra mile

Architects go the extra mile

Good architects are rare and busy people. There is a great shortage of good architects. Compare them to mid fielders in football or soccer, they will go the extra miles. They are fire fighters, especially where it concerns supporting fellow architects and responding to email. They have good nerves and can stand stress. And even with a busy schedule they will find the time to assist other, more junior architects. They fly from place to place to sort things out, bringing order to chaos.

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Introduction to philosophy

Introduction to philosophy

Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. It is distinguished from other ways of addressing such problems by its critical, generally systematic approach and its reliance on rational argument. The word "philosophy" comes from the Greek philosophia, which literally means "love of wisdom", and was originally a word referring to the special way of life of early Greek philosophers.

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Humour

Humour

humour is important in business and for architects too, of course. I'm trying to collect humour stories to be used in my daily work. humour is a very good way to learn new things.

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Architecture Books

Architecture Books

In early 1999, I co-authored a 3 days course on Architecture Best Practices, when I worked with CSC, together with Dave Denzler, an American colleague and good friend, as well as a coach, for Dave is about 10 years older than me, a real master in engineering and architecture as related to systems development, and a good instructor as well.

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The Language of Communication

The Language of Communication

In Edwinno, I try to find a language that can be understood and appreciated by architects, as they are the primary readers that I intend to reach. For any communication, between two or more people, we implicitly define and use a language to communicate.

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