This is a very interesting analogy presented in the Architecture Thinking course by IBM. “Are you an I or a Pi?” This is related to making a difference between specialists and architects. The question is actually “Are you a specialist or an architect?” The picture above describes it perfectly. “I” is one specialty. If you […]Read More Are you an I or a Pi?
I have been in the IT world for more than 15 years now, where the last 10 years I spent in different architecture positions – ranging from solution to enterprise architecture. In all that time, many buzzwords were coming and going, hype cycles were rising like tsunamis and then gone like nothing ever happened. […]Read More Demystifying Enterprise Architecture
The latest hype seems to be Software Robotics or Automation Tools. These are business workflow tools that are doing repetitive tasks instead of humans. Basically they are programmed to “look” at one application and retype certain values to another application. That “looking” process can be either via Win API functions or just screen scraping techniques. […]Read More Lipstick on a pig?
Today I got my Master IT Architect certificate by the Open Group. The program requires applicants to demonstrate skills and experience against a set of conformance requirements through written applications and peer interviews. There are no training courses to attend, and no written exams to complete. The Open CA program is: The most trusted independent […]Read More Mastering IT Architecture
Just after a couple of years, I am back to blogging. The reason is this picture below. Focus was somewhere else. 🙂Read More I am back…