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Posted on by Nikhil Sukul.

this is a great post. I have few observations, which have seen for the past few years for a typical drupal team.
The Visual Designer and the Front-end developer, generally are considered as one resource even in bigger projects.
Performance, i think Visual Designer should also have some involvement, as your fancy looking thing can be performance heavy to implement.
Should technical architect, should also know the overall concept of RDBMS and HDBMS or MongoDB kind?. As sometimes, based on the solution, MySQL might not be the best bet for the architecture.
Infrastructure, how much the architect should know, picking up as that is the highest number :). As hosting providers also have some involvement there.

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