The 13 Most Important Non-Architecture Skills You Learn in Architecture School | ArchDaily

The 13 Most Important Non-Architecture Skills You Learn in Architecture School

Architecture school is a long haul and we all know it. Whether you get a 5-year professional degree or choose to take on a few years of graduate school (or both), it’s a grueling process. However, most would hopefully agree, it’s worth it for the knowledge you gain throughout those years (not to mention the friendships you form in the close quarters of the studio).

Mastering these skills could get you hired in 2017 | World Economic Forum

I am in good shape for almost every single item on this list! Wow!

Here are the hottest, most in-demand skills around the globe:

  1. Cloud and Distributed Computing
  2. Statistical Analysis and Data Mining
  3. Web Architecture and Development Framework
  4. Middleware and Integration Software
  5. User Interface Design
  6. Network and Information Security
  7. Mobile Development
  8. Data Presentation
  9. SEO/SEM Marketing
  10. Storage Systems and Management (maybe not one of my strong points but I have my friends and subcontractor specialists to call on for this)

Mastering these skills could get you hired in 2017

LinkedIn have outlined the most in demand skills for next year.

Andrew Sullivan: My Distraction Sickness — and Yours

Andrew Sullivan: My Distraction Sickness – and Yours

I was sitting in a large meditation hall in a converted novitiate in central Massachusetts when I reached into my pocket for my iPhone. A woman in the front of the room gamely held a basket in front of her, beaming beneficently, like a priest with a collection plate.

And a radio interview with Andrew Sullivan (@sullydish) about his article…

Andrew Sullivan On Breaking Our Addiction To Online Information

The constant stream of gossip, photos, videos, updates, tweets, news and information online has been a growing distraction for many people.