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Whew. What a rough weekend.
I was listening to Condi talk on Friday with a sense of relief. The Russians had invaded Georgia and she brokered a cease-fire. I was worried about friends I have there, though, when I spoke...
Been thinking a lot about Software-as-a-Service (or SaaS) this week, and as it turns out, so have a few...
Overly complicating things is not an accomplishment, no matter how hard it appears someone's worked to complicate the simplest things.
Take grocery shopping. Simple, right? Pick food, get in line, pay at register. Doesn't get much easier.
A short post today... There's so much good stuff happening but I want to try to blog more regularly. I wonder if shorter posts with less flourish will generate more conversation?
In any case, last night I was reading through Seeking Alpha's...
I continue to be surprised by the number of enterprise architects I talk to that think that the way to implement design-time governance is to have a checkpoint, before a service goes into production, to validate the service meets the requirements and rules.
The key problem with this approach...
I recently took part in a roundtable discussion in London. Other participants included John Murdoch, Head of Consultancy from BT Global Services, a Progress Software customer and partner, Ruediger Spies, Independent Vice President Enterprise Applications from IDC, and members of the media....
Admittedly I have a bit of ADD and get distracted easily. I love to read, but can't read poetry, or even classics, where I have to pay attention and remember the beginning of the sentence when I get to the end. It's why I studied math... I got to learn by doing, not by reading (pretty ironic,...
In my opinion the rage against ESBs is directed more at the term "Enterprise Service Bus" than at the need for integration within an enterprise SOA. Few bloggers would...
So far I have been sitting on the sidelines and following my blogger colleagues fairly regularly in an effort to understand (and agree or not) with their mindset, which blogging is ultimately meant to do.
However, I could not pass up the opportunity that my esteemed colleague and prolific...
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