Many senior developers have been thrown into the deep end of the pool when tasked with leading a new project in an existing ecosystem. They’ve maybe never lead a team and probably haven’t been responsible for designing a solution that will allow their company to be profitable in the long term. Making matters even more difficult is the ever-changing landscape of technology and business needs as well as the existing legacy solutions that are already in place.
Stefania Stefansdottir talks through some of the practices that all new architects and tech leads should keep in mind when starting a new project and shares what she’s learned through the many projects she’s led in the past.
Stefania Stefansdottir is a lead developer and consultant with ThoughtWorks. She’s passionate about delivering business value while building quality software. Stefania has experience across multiple industries from education to automobile to retail.
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