4 years, 3 months ago

1.0, 2.0, 3.0 and Other Baseline Monikers

When configuration management is well addressed in software engineering, baseline monikers are absolutely great. If you consistently adhere to the ROCK SOLID principle that once created a baseline MUST be immutable, there cannot ever exist any ambiguity about what, for example, represents 1.0. Unfortunately the conventional scheme of … Continue reading

5 years, 5 months ago

Business Model and Business Architecture: Synonymous or Dissimilar?

When I read Tom Graves’ (@tetradian) post Who is the customer? published on July 14th, 2011, it was not the first time that I thought: “Hey, wait a minute. Using business model and business architecture interchangeably is not right.”  But did I expect Tom … Continue reading

6 years, 2 months ago

Orders of Agility

Two weeks ago, Ruth Malan (@ruthmalan) of Bredemeyer Consulting and contributing author to the Cutter Consortium commented in her online journal (being maintained since 2006 and recommended!) that between the metaphor used by Tom Graves (@tetradian) in Agility Needs a … Continue reading