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Reasoning for architects


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Translating business intent into technology solutions is a complex
cluster of cognitive activities expected from an architect. To perform valid
and traceable requirements analysis, architects need to be strong in logical
conclusions and critical thinking. Without strong reasoning skills,
architects often revert to marketectures or leaps of faith where technical
recommendations are stated without explicitly traceable logical chain. This
session will show best practices in premises examination, facts validation,
checking for logical fallacies and packaging/presenting the conclusions or

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Reasoning for architects

  1. 1. Partner cooperates Partner doesn’t cooperate I cooperate with partner I win a little, partner wins a little I loose, partner wins I don’t cooperate and do my thing I win, partner loses We both lose big time