Caio: It’s like learning a new language. You try it and it makes no sense. The rules make no sense. Nothing makes sense. But if you keep trying. Study, practice and execute. That’s all it takes. You didn’t understand something? Read it again. And again. It will make sense. You don’t need to be a genius. Mike: No, for sure not. Because I think that can work against you. Because good architecture is all about good processes and being disciplined. Rather than relying on a high IQ. It’s about patience. And understanding of the problem. Understanding of the domain and so on.