Working as an architect includes engaging with stakeholders who will often make decisions based on your opinion and advise. What to do if they avoid making decisions? Why some people easily accept your suggestions but ot (...)
Dominik has over 13 years of experience in software engineering. He started as a dedicated Java developer, later exploring other technologies from the area of web development. At Wunderman Thompson Technology, Dominik became a technical lead and gained experience in managing platform delivery of several large projects for clients from editorial and pharma sectors. Few years ago he switched to an architect role. Since then he mainly focuses on the overall technical solution design and advisory.
5 posts by Dominik Kornaś
Cognifide engineers deliver digital platforms to big brands. What we specialise in is delivering the best experience to the end-users. We achieve that by combining the best-fitting technologies with our development cultu (...)
Some say software architects are those who should have answers to technical questions. I’d bet that’s true, but only if we accept some answers to be stupid. Still, having the knowledge to keep a decent smart-to-stupid-an (...)
This guide shows how to set up the single sign-on authentication on AEM Publish with SAML standard using Okta as Identity Provider. (...)
Working as an architect includes technical advisory, where making opinions and providing recommendations is an important part of the work. There are things to do and to avoid in that matter. A post from a series called " (...)