Architects and the "two things"

Architects and the "two things"

I read a blog post recently by Chris Butler of Newfangled web developers (you can access it by clicking here) that put forward the idea (from another guy called Glen Whitman) that for any subject there are really only two things that you need to know. Everything else is either the application of those two things or else it’s just not important. So, my take on the two things for architects:

1-     they’ll think of things that you won’t

2-     a building project is very hard work without them.

Asking about the two things is also very handy at weddings, conferences, network-y things (not that I’d know), and possibly for chatting up a professional person…

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