4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

Developing your career as a technical architect

IT teams today have many different types of architect, yet their technical skills are just the foundation for a range of soft skills that if they didn’t have wouldn’t earn them the title of architect. The session will help you understand the type of architect you are or want to become, and how to develop your career further in that area.  It will define the leadership, and design and implementation skills you’re likely to need; and review some of the methodologies you could use to help you become a more successful architect. While the subject is a generic professional discipline, the session is aimed at people with SQL Server DBA or development backgrounds, and uses the requirements of the Microsoft Certified Architect certification as its foundation.
Presented by Gavin Payne at SQLBits XI
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    Gavin is a solution architect leading, designing and implementing information platform and data centre transformations. He has a track record of delivering projects that provide new functionality, consolidation, and standardisation. He also provides guidance in the broader areas of enterprise IT landscapes and operational best practices. He is also one of 25 Microsoft Certified Architects for SQL Server in the world and a Microsoft Certified Master, and holds architect certification from the Global IT Architect Association, IASA. His technical expertise focuses on Microsoft SQL Server data platforms and cloud infrastructures, primarily in the retail and services sectors.

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