|By Jason Bloomberg||
|July 25, 2014 06:44 AM EDT||
Parenting is perhaps the most difficult job any of us is likely to have in our lifetimes, and we earnestly do our best as a rule. And yet, some parenting styles are clearly better than others.
The same is true of architecture. Even the best architects will admit that architecture is difficult, and even though we all try to do our best, in many cases architects are at the least ineffective, and at the worst, do more harm than good.
As it happens, there are some interesting parallels between parenting and architecting. Let’s start with the two most common bad parenting styles: too strict, and not strict enough.
Read the entire article at http://www.devx.com/blog/agile/a-good-architect-is-like-a-good-parent.html.
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