Niner since 2008
Talking Architects with Richard Veryard
Avg Rating: 0Is your organisation intelligent? What makes an organisation smart? What makes them dumb? We all know that what intelligent people are like and it's not necessarily linked to IQ! It's more about their ability to deal with complexity and being able to learn from their mistakes - if they don't we might...
Talking Architects with Steve Cook
Avg Rating: 0Steve Cook, Principal Architect in the Microsoft Visual Studio Team tells me all about Microsoft's involvement in the Object Management Group and his desire to get UML right this time around!
For more info on Architect Insight 2010, including presentation slides including Steve's videos go to www.microsoft.com/uk/aic2010 ...
Talking Architects with Andy Hopkirk
Avg Rating: 4(1)Andy Hopkirk is a legend in government circles for his unstinting leadership in driving interoperability initiatives like the e-Government Integration Framework (e-GIF)through his work at the National Computing Centre (NCC) here in the UK!
Besides this, he's got great hair and a fantastic beard that makes...
Talking Architects with Kim Cameron
Avg Rating: 5(1)"The Internet was born without an identity". -Kim Cameron.
With the growing interest in "cloud computing", the subject of Identity is moving into the limelight. Kim Cameron is a legend in the identity architecture and engineering space. He is currently the chief architect...
Talking Architects with David Sprott
Avg Rating: 010 years of .NET and 10 years of .NET Web Services! Well, perhaps this was not mark the starting point of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) but the last decade has seen an unpresidented period where SOA has reigned supreme at top of the hype cycle! David Sprott, CEO, CBDI-Forum has dedicated his...
Talking Architects with Ivar Jacobson
Avg Rating: 0"Everyone of us knows how to develop software, but as an industry we don't know it!" or so Ivar Jacobson argues. Software engineering is severly hampered today by immature practices.
I got chance to talk to the great Ivar Jacobson backstage at Architect Insight about his work in software engineering...
Talking Architects with Dave Coplin
Avg Rating: 0Governement Clouds; empowering the citizen or just about cutting costs? Dave Coplin, National Technology Officer, Microsoft UK is at the centre of this debate in the UK and argues that for from just being cost saving, open data in governemtn and the cloud is far more about empowerment and driving innovation...
Talking Architects with Iain Mortimer
Avg Rating: 0What's happening to the enterprise? What's the next generation enterprise going to look like?
Ans: An Orange!
I got to talk backstage at Architect Insight the other month with Iain Mortimer, Chief Architect, Bank of America Merrill Lynch about next generation enterprises and oranges!
For more on info...
Talking Architects - Roger Sessions
Avg Rating: 0According to Roger Sessions in his recent white paper "The IT Complexity Crisis", the worldwide annual cost of IT failure is over $6 trillion a year and what’s worse is it is on the increase. The culprit, Roger believes, is complexity, which itself is directly related to function; increase...
Talking Architects - Angela Yochem
Avg Rating: 5(1)"Architects need to be partners of the business" is what Angela Yochem, an Executive IT Architect with a large multinational organisation, believes is key in delivering value to the enterprise.