Monday, July 02, 2007
Links for 2007-07-02
This is one link you should forward to your boss
Ever notice that most architects don't aspire to become CIO? Does this have anything to do with aligning with the business and having to adopt cliche phrases as part of ones vocabulary or is it something else?
If you are outsourcing either due to age of American IT population and/or rate arbitrage, your enterprise is in big trouble
I suspect that James Tarbell and Robert McIlree would have a lot to say about architects who do not code or worse yet, don't know how to code
What is the appropriate level of architecture team resourcing? This is one of those situations where your boss may think you need more resources when reality says that the opposite is true
I would argue that the C should stand for Common as their is nothing canonical about what enterprises are doing in this space. The dictionary hints that canonical also implies simple
I couldn't have said it better myself
As a stockholder and patriot, I wonder what it would take to get all those Microsoft bloggers such as Mike Jones to offer PCs in countries such as Trinidad. After all, while we live in a global economy, the America's shouldn't be ignored
Let's collectively work together to make public schools better...
Bloggers who seem to have a complimentary style to my own...
While Gunnar Peterson directed his advice to security professionals, the notion of leaving some things broken is equally importance to enterprise architecture
Are IT conferences too expensive? Should they have more diversity amongst speakers? Which ones do you attend?
I thought big business just didn’t care. I thought large corporations had no sense of human kindness. I was certain that American overseas outsourcing was a bottom line strategy that left former American employees out in the cold. But I guess I was wrong...
I wonder what is the worst Enterprise Architect position in America?
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