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What if the architect is wrong?  ↦

Yegor Bugayenko:

As you most probably know, I advocate for a dictatorship role of a software architect. All decisions are made by the architect must be final and non-disputable. However, the obvious question is: What happens if the architect is wrong? Does it mean the entire project is at risk of failure? And isn’t it better to make the whole team responsible for the result, instead of having one single point of failure?

On the other hand, if the architect happens to be Will Ferrell


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