A day in the life of an INNO software architect:

Read emails.

Check meetings.

Drink tea.

Test systems, check that everything is still running.

Answer colleagues’ questions from the previous day about Mattermost.

A little programming.

Daily Stand-Up.

Answer colleagues' questions about work packages and make design decisions.

Check project progress via JIRA.

Meet responsibility as team contact person: Look at developer’s work package and provide a short review.

Answer questions from colleagues on other projects or QK.

Lunch.

Write JIRA tickets for upcoming features.

Some meeting.

Technical review and testing of new functions.

Create concepts for new features.

Programme a little bit more. Thank God! Don't get out of practice, because that's what makes it so much fun.

Time to leave.

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