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What It Takes to Be a Great Enterprise Architect
Cutter Consortium: "What It Takes to Be a Great Enterprise Architect". To be a great architect, you need talent. But greatness is accorded to those responsible for great architectures, those that stand out from others in the value they afford. The great enterprise architect is one who is credited...
2 Jun 2008
Architecture by public community discussions?
http://dev.twitter.com/2008/05/twittering-about-architecture.html Here at Twitter HQ, we're not blind to the flurry of discussion over the past weeks about our architecture. For many of our technically-minded users, Twitter downtime is an opportunity to muse about what the source of our problems might...
26 May 2008
Models for Evaluating and Improving Architecture Competence
Software architecture competence is the ability of an individual or organization to acquire, use, and sustain the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out software architecture-centric practices. Previous work in architecture has concentrated on its technical aspects: methods and tools for creating...
26 May 2008
Bredemeyer: The Visual Architecting Process
The Visual Architecting Process™ (VAP) covers the techniques, including architecture modeling and architecture trade-off analysis, used in creating a technically sound architecture. It covers architectural requirements and prioritization to create the right architecture, together with architecture validation...
20 May 2008
.NET a first class participant on TIBCO backed infrastructures.
TIBCO Selects Silverlight for Rich Internet Application Development TUCON®, San Francisco, April 30, 2008 – TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) today announced that the company is working closely with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) to make it easier for customers to use their respective technologies together...
19 May 2008
Architecture needs to be "actionable"
Interesting (and IMO very true, sadly enough ) quote from the full article (view from CBR): "Recent Computer Business Review stories about enterprise architecture vendors like Telelogic and Troux Technologies have seen how vendors are trying to emphasize the message that architecture needs to...
11 Jul 2007
ITIL moving towards Enterprise Architecture
As seen on Mike Walker's (Enterprise Architect at MS Corp) blog. Yet another framework is moving to an Enterprise Architecture style. It is not (yet?) 100% complete (and in this it is no different then other EA framework) but as could be expected it is pretty strong in describing the operational aspects...
9 Jul 2007
MSDN Enterprise Architecture Site Launched
The MSDN Architecture site now has a new member in the family focusing entirely on Enterprise Architecture. Over the coming months you will start to see more articles, webcasts, blogs, and architecture guidance around this subject to help you with your EA efforts. Come and check it out at: Enterprise...
20 Jun 2007
Enterprise Architecture: 20 year retrospective and links with SOA
IASA is the "International Association of Software Architects" and "Perpectives of the IASA" is their periodical newsletter. The April issue is entirely devoted to a retrospective on EA (20 years ago John Zachman published a first paper on EA) and also explains the links between EA and SOA. Defintively...
18 Jun 2007
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