Thanks to a wonderful bits of "webendipity" (something unexpected and useful found from surfing the web, a conjunction of web-serendipity) in this case a blog causing me to follow that blogger on twitter whose tweet pointed me to another blog, I came across An Overly Long Guide to Being a Software Architect by David Ing today which nicely parallels my previous effort on how not to be a (Software) Architect.
I particularly like Ing's number 11:
Finally my last tip is to never take advice from Top 11 tip lists. In nearly all cases there was only about 3 good points and with about 8 padding.
Definitely a lesson for me there I think. Maybe my New Years resolution should be to publish fewer lists!
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