Tag: amazon

Glitch…

Seems a lot of people in the enterprise-architecture space wonder why I don’t toe the ‘party-line’, and push for IT-centric automation-of-everything, like almost everyone else in ‘the trade’. Well, here’s a nice first-hand example as to why… I’ve been doing

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New book 'Everyday Enterprise-Architecture' now available on Amazon

Everyday Enterprise Architecture, the latest book in my Tetradian Enterprise Architecture series, is now available on Amazon: ‘Everyday Enterprise Architecture‘ on Amazon.com ‘Everyday Enterprise Architecture‘ on Amazon.co.uk Note that Amazon have an unfortunate habit of listing print-on-demand books as ‘out

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Essentialist annoyances

Message from the Amazon is a recent post by one of my favourite writers on corporate social responsibility, Christine Arena. It includes a summary of the ‘oil wars’ occurring at present around purported oil-reserves in the Amazon basin, the work

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"Doing Enterprise Architecture" now available on Amazon

Delighted to say that Lightning Source have done it again with my new book Doing Enterprise Architecture: a one-week turn-round from sending in the PDF source-files to delivery of the first fifty copies on my doorstep. Very impressive. And the

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