Different organizations work differently when it comes to making technical decisions, such as which database to use or whether to use .NET or Java. I have seen organizations allow business managers with little or no technical knowledge make these decisions, as well as the expected assortment of technical managers, senior technical employees, and line staff, or sometimes even follow a group decision making process. What do you see in your organization?
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Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.