Services book is published

Mildly amazing – I did meet that deadline. 🙂

Another new book in my Tetradian Enterprise Architecture series went off to press yesterday: The Service-Oriented Enterprise: enterprise architecture and viable services. So there’s a good chance it’ll be back in time to take to the TOGAF San Diego conference, which was the real reason for the deadline. Good.

The ‘sampler’ version of the e-book is now up on the Tetradian website; likewise the full version is on the private ‘preview‘ section of the site (as ‘9781906681173_services_EB.pdf’), with the same password access-code as usual. Comments much appreciated, as always!

Physical books should be available from Amazon and other retailers from about a week from now. Will post updates on that when they’re available.

Now, back to catch-up mode… a lot of backlog emails to deal with, for a start – apologies to all on that. More later.

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3 comments on “Services book is published
  1. Linda says:

    Just FYI, won’t be able to meet you down in San Diego after all…have an appointment I can’t miss on Feb 6th. Depending on how long you’re in the area, feel free to see if a meetup could be swung. I’ll be in the Bay Area between Feb 2nd and Feb 10th, probably.

  2. Nigel Green says:

    Tom,
    We must catch up again soon – I will be reading the sampler book with much interest! In the meantime, I’d like to hear your thoughts on my last blog post

    http://servicefab.blogspot.com/2009/02/why-service-orientation-should-start.html

    Brgds,
    nigel

  3. Nigel Green says:

    Tom,
    We must catch up again soon. In the meantime, I’d like to hear your thoughts on my last blog post

    http://servicefab.blogspot.com/2009/02/why-service-orientation-should-start.html

    Brgds,
    nigel

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