skills

General
Software Architecture and Devleopment
Big Data architecture
High availability platforms
OOA/OOD
Requirements Engineering

Technical Project Mangement
Agile Coaching
Build Management


Note
Each following topic is at last some kind of a tool. And everbyody knows about fools and tools. Although the following list is not sufficient and my experiences vary for each tool I try to keep this list up to date - to whom it may ever concern. I believe that with sufficient experience everyone who calls itself software architect (as I do) should be able to inspect and adopt any tool in reasonable time.

A general view about my experience in such tools and skills shows this tag cloud:



Technologies and Frameworks
JEE (Architecture)
Eclipse RCP
OSGI
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB)
Servlets, JSP, Struts-Framework
Spring Framework
Remoting/WebServices (RMI, Spring, SOAP, etc)
Java Persistence Frameworks/Concepts (JDBC, JPA, Hibernate, IBatis, etc)
Java Server Faces (JSF)
Context and Data Injection (CDI)
ExtJS
jQuery/jQueryMobile, AngularJS
Apache Camel
Apache Hadoop ecosystem

Languages
Java
JavaScript
CSS
HTML5
SQL
XML, XSL, DOM, XPath
Smalltalk
Visual Basic/VBScript
Visual Objects
C/C++
Objective C
C#
PHP
Scala

Tools and IDEs
Eclipse
NetBeans
JBoss Application Server
Apache Tomcat
Nginx
PHPStorm
WebStorm
CVS
Subversion
ActiveMQ
BEA WeblogicServer
ObjectiF
Rational Rose
JUnit / DBUnit
Hudson
Jiira/Greenhopper
Maven
Apache Ivy
ant
Git/github
node.js
Cloudera Manager

Databases / Data stores
Oracle
MS SQL-Server
DB2 (MVS)
MySQL
PostgreSQL
MongoDB
HDFS

Operating Systems
MS-Windows NT/2000/XP/7
OS/2
Unix/Linux
Mac OS