Posted on Wed, 17 December 2014 in development • Tagged with learning, development, network engineering

For an architect it pays off to know something about lots of various topics. On the other hand, you should have deep knowledge on some few specific topics. This is the so-called T-shaped skill set. It makes easier to discuss with various specialists, if you can use common terminology and you undestand at least the basics of that specific field.

The one field, which I have been quite unfamiliar with despite of its importance in my work, is network engineering. Yes, I have been able to use and build FTP services, RESTful Web Services, web sites and order routing between …

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