How do you react when an Architect talks about unknown unknowns?
How do you react when you cannot see what an Architect is trying to explain?
How do you react when an Architect is in the minority?
How do you react when an Architect exposes (fundamental) things that may cause you to change a previous decision or cause you to 'throw away' work?
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Impossible is why Architects get out of bed in the morning.
But even though they strive to achieve “impossible” things, their job is, in
itself also “impossible”.
Being an Architect could be looked on more as an affliction
- a cross to bear. Architects can’t stop being Architects (which tends to
really irritate people who are not Architects!). Being an Architect is a state
of mind, a way of being. For an Architect 1+1 often equals 3, or more likely
1+1 equals blue! Architects tend to break the rules. For when you break the
rules, you change the game.