9 years, 4 months ago

Technical Debt

There seems to be a theme developing in these posts. I start to see everyday situations and then relate them to everyday happenings – then attempt to do some analysis. Today’s is no exception.Ward Cunningham introduced us to the concept of technical de…

9 years, 4 months ago

How to write technical documentation…

Jeff Moser has written an excellent article describing how the Advanced Encryption Standard works.  He uses an very accessible paradigm – the cartoon.  He layers the description starting with a simple overview and progressively getting into m…

9 years, 4 months ago

Watching Events

It seems that when thinking about events, we have a tendency to put some of the responsibilities in the wrong place. Of course every time we don’t have a proper separation of responsibilities, we get extra complexity. So in this post I will look at som…

9 years, 4 months ago

A new twist on the Taj Chaat process…

For those who have seen the previous post on process improvement at my local Indian chaat restaurant will probably be intrigued on yesterday’s twist.We were buying some appetizers to go. In this case 2 samosas and an order of golgappe. Normally the pr…

9 years, 4 months ago

Processes and events

Another day of talking to Nigel Green – thank you Skype! And some thinking around processes and their relationship with events. Again sounds innocent – but it seems as if both of us strongy event-oriented thinkers come to common ground when thinking ab…

9 years, 5 months ago

Building enterprise architecture the right way

Ken Karacsony writes an interesting article about the practical use of business architecture to shape business change correctly and contrasts this with a typical IT driven approach which can fail to address the correct issues.

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9 years, 5 months ago

Event and Content

This conversation with Nigel started innocently enough. Two people who have very similar views talking about architecture in the large. We described our current problem spaces – they looked very similar, but as is often the case we used the same words …