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Architects should be Pragmatic

Pragmatic: Practical, concerned with making decisions and actions that are useful in practice, not just theory (Wiktionary)

Procrastination: The act of postponing, delaying or putting off... (Wiktionary)

All too often useful discussions around problems, ideas and solutions result in procrastination for fear of being wrong or even sheer laziness. An Architect has to be pragmatic and as I've said before, hands on. Talking about possible solutions to a problem is no substitute for actual solutions, an architect is not just an ideas person but someone who provides solutions and in many cases implements them as a clear demonstration of how good the solutions are.

Watch this space...

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