8 years, 1 month ago

The A-Z Guide to Being an Architect

"An A-Z Guide to Being an Architect" by Mark Bloodworth and Marc Holmes is a lighthearted article outlining a number of key attributes of architects. An extract is below. Is there any important attributes missing?
A is for Advocate
“I think you’ll find that you really don’t want to do it like that.”
See also: Abstraction, Agile, Acrobat, Availability, Analysis, Applications
B is for

8 years, 1 month ago

The A-Z Guide to Being an Architect

"An A-Z Guide to Being an Architect" by Mark Bloodworth and Marc Holmes is a lighthearted article outlining a number of key attributes of architects. An extract is below. Is there any important attributes missing?
A is for Advocate
“I think you’ll find that you really don’t want to do it like that.”
See also: Abstraction, Agile, Acrobat, Availability, Analysis, Applications
B is for

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8 years, 1 month ago

The A-Z Guide to Being an Architect

"An A-Z Guide to Being an Architect" by Mark Bloodworth and Marc Holmes is a lighthearted article outlining a number of key attributes of architects. An extract is below. Is there any important attributes missing?
A is for Advocate
“I think you’ll find that you really don’t want to do it like that.”
See also: Abstraction, Agile, Acrobat, Availability, Analysis, Applications
B is for

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8 years, 1 month ago

Highlights of Len Fehsken's "Re-thinking Architecture

This link [http://is.gd/g55wp] is a very interesting read about the scope and nature of enterprise architecture that helps to clarify a very widely misunderstood (because it is still embryonic) discipline.

It was written by the Open Group’s Len Fehsken and is called "Re-thinking Architecture."

Highlights for me were:

"This discipline is young enough that the idea that we already have all the

8 years, 1 month ago

Highlights of Len Fehsken’s "Re-thinking Architecture

This link [http://is.gd/g55wp] is a very interesting read about the scope and nature of enterprise architecture that helps to clarify a very widely misunderstood (because it is still embryonic) discipline.

It was written by the Open Group’s Len Fehsken and is called "Re-thinking Architecture."

Highlights for me were:

"This discipline is young enough that the idea that we already have all the

8 years, 1 month ago

Highlights of Len Fehsken’s "Re-thinking Architecture

This link [http://is.gd/g55wp] is a very interesting read about the scope and nature of enterprise architecture that helps to clarify a very widely misunderstood (because it is still embryonic) discipline.

It was written by the Open Group’s Len Fehsken and is called "Re-thinking Architecture."

Highlights for me were:

"This discipline is young enough that the idea that we already have all the

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8 years, 1 month ago

Highlights of Len Fehsken’s "Re-thinking Architecture

This link [http://is.gd/g55wp] is a very interesting read about the scope and nature of enterprise architecture that helps to clarify a very widely misunderstood (because it is still embryonic) discipline.

It was written by the Open Group’s Len Fehsken and is called "Re-thinking Architecture."

Highlights for me were:

"This discipline is young enough that the idea that we already have all the

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8 years, 2 months ago

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, 2010: Let’s Talk Enterprise Architecture

It’s Symposium season.  We actually began in South Africa at the end of August and in Brazil in September.  We continue this coming Sunday-Thursday in Orlando and then Cannes, France, Japan and Sydney, Australia, to conclude this years largest gathering of CIOs and IT leaders in the world.  For me, and my colleagues in enterprise […]

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8 years, 2 months ago

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, 2010: Let’s Talk Enterprise Architecture

It’s Symposium season.  We actually began in South Africa at the end of August and in Brazil in September.  We continue this coming Sunday-Thursday in Orlando and then Cannes, France, Japan and Sydney, Australia, to conclude this years largest gathering of CIOs and IT leaders in the world.  For me, and my colleagues in enterprise […]

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8 years, 2 months ago

Adoption of ArchiMate in the UK

I was recently asked about the adoption trend of ArchiMate. I see demand for ArchiMate support slowly increasing in the UK, but it is nowhere near the tipping point that it has already reached in the Benelux area, especially in the Netherlands of course, where a requirement for enterprise architects to have Archimate experience is […]

8 years, 2 months ago

Brownfield Requirements Engineering

Some partial and selective notes from the RESG meeting on Brownfield Requirements Engineering, held at BCS headquarters on October 12th 2010. By Richard Veryard.

Chairman’s IntroductionIan Alexander opened the meeting by pointing out the gulf between …

8 years, 2 months ago

IT Market Clock is Here: Enterprise Architects Get Ready, Get Set, Get to Work!

Enterprise architects use metadata repositories to indicate the enterprise state of the items stored within.  Gartner’s IT Market Clock plots the current state and predicted lifecycle of IT products or services within a marketplace.  Enterprise architects will benefit from communicating the lifecycle positioning on internally held assets versus the marketplace perspective, as well as be […]

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