A set of Tweets from the second day (31 Jan 2012) of the Open Group conference in San Francisco, collated via the#ogSFO hashtag. (Tweets from Day 1 are here.) Once again, many thanks indeed to all those who Tweeted, to help us …

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A set of Tweets from the first day (30 Jan 2012) of the Open Group conference in San Francisco, collated via the #ogSFO hashtag. Many thanks indeed to all those who Tweeted, to help us all get a better picture …

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Oh no, not again… Having all but crippled enterprise-architecture for the past decade with a muddled mess of myopia and misdefinitions, it seems Open Group are hell-bent on making the same kind of mess in business-architecture… I need to be …

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Archimate aims to be the standard notation for enterprise-architectures. But has it become too IT-centric to be usable for that purpose? And is there any way we can get it to break out of the IT-centric box? These questions came …

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A selection of Tweets from various folks – with an especial thank-you to @systemsflow and @theopengroup – from the Open Group conference, Austin, Texas, 18-20 July 2011, via the Twitter hashtag #ogaus. (Selected in the sense that most of the …

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A busy week this has been. The Gartner EA Summit and the Open Group Enterprise Architecture Practitioners conference were both on in London at the same time, little more than a few hundred yards apart. And a lot of other …

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Today’s the last day for the ‘Early Bird’ for the Open Group London conference (Twitter hashtag #oglon) on enterprise-architecture and the like. It’s being held in my ‘home-city’ – just over fifty miles away. In principle, it’s one of the flagship conferences …

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The following a selected subset of the Tweets and links sent out by attendees and other from the Open Group (TOGAF) conference on enterprise-architecture, IT-security and cloud-computing. Given my own interests, I’ve emphasised enterprise-architecture, but I’ve included many of the …

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I managed to grab the chance to jump over to the Open Group Enterprise Architecture Practitioners conference in Amsterdam earlier this week, to take part in the ‘TOGAF Camp’ ‘unconference’ session. As usual, a lot going on, so I’ve collated …

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Another collection of Tweets from the Open Group Boston conference, mostly from Day 3 (21 July 2010), and variously on business-architecture, the EA profession, cloud-computing and a few miscellaneous themes. As before, a few additional comments from me in italics.) …

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