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It has to deal with the fact that the volume of information technology is growing faster than existing operating systems, hardware & software programs / architectures, and applications can keep up with. Also, both hardware and software architectures and programs are generally created with only their idea in mind, without giving much consideration for the systems they have to work with. Also, they are trying to simplify the lengthiness of code for programs, and simultaneously reduce the virtually inevitable bottleneck areas where too many things are going on at once.
They have an interesting way they are going about it. They are breaking up the teams into architectures and programming. If you are chosen for architecture, you cannot do the software, and vice verse. Also, the programmers don't know which architectures they are programming.
I have solved quite a bit of it from a general contractor type of specifics, meaning that I know what is possible, what works, and how to tell the technicians what to do.
I don't want to actually apply for this, and will tell you in private about some of the other happenings.