Information Architect: Focusing on the Big Picture1 | 2 |
Nonetheless, Begy is certain the future is bright for those hoping to break into the field.
“If I were a student or junior programmer, I’d strongly want to get into this type of [job] because it’s the kind of hands-on work that’s really difficult to commoditize,” he said. A lot of programming is turning into a commodity business due in part to outsourcing.
“You want to be the guy who says, ‘How do we build the broad-level stuff?’” Begy said. “You’ve got to have a tight integration between the requirements, the constraints and all these issues, so I can certainly see why an information architect would be an attractive position to be in.”
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