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ag_dwh
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Joined: Dec 21, 2006
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I have got singapore offer of 76000 SGD/Annum. I am a .net architect with 10 years of exper.
Will it be good to join.
Rahul Bhattacharjee
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Originally posted by ag_dwh:
I have got singapore offer of 76000 SGD/Annum. I am a .net architect with 10 years of exper.
Will it be good to join.


good offer , but i feel thats less considering your experience.


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Prabhu Venkatachalam
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good offer for Singapore.


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Jesus Angeles
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Financially okay.

Developers get less than half of that.

What does your 10 years comprise of? e.g. 4 years developer, 3 years manager, 3 years architect
Deepak Bala
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3 years manager, 3 years architect


I didnt know that you could be a manager and then jump the technical line again and switch to an architect role. That seems like a good offer for an architect


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Jesus Angeles
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Originally posted by John Meyers:


I didnt know that you could be a manager and then jump the technical line again and switch to an architect role. That seems like a good offer for an architect


John,

Currently, I am a developer, and going for architect. Is it more like, developer -> architect -> manager?

Yes, the 7000 also sounds reasonable. There is a lot of at stake for an architect. However, I wonder what the architect does after he finishes his design, and gives it to whoever will manage its implementation; he stays on the project to make sure they follow the design?
Deepak Bala
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Currently, I am a developer, and going for architect. Is it more like, developer -> architect -> manager?

Yes, the 7000 also sounds reasonable. There is a lot of at stake for an architect. However, I wonder what the architect does after he finishes his design, and gives it to whoever will manage its implementation; he stays on the project to make sure they follow the design?


Precisely my idea too. And I have that question too. What does the architect do after he finishes up with his design ? I would like my growth pattern to be developer -> architect and on the long run, if for some reason i am unable to keep pace with changes and new frameworks, management would be a good option.

There is a lot of at stake for an architect.


Do you mean work wise or money wise ? Perhaps both

Perhaps I should start a new thread about the whole architect thing.
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