A collection of Tweets from and/or about the Open Group conference in Boston. A few references to Day 1 – particularly the ‘unconference’ – but mainly about Day 2, where the Jeanne Ross keynote was obviously the highlight. I’ve split …

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Here’s the slidedeck for “Enterprise-architecture on purpose”, my presentation to the Open Group conference in Rome, April 2010. It’s a slight departure from my usual slidedecks in that there’s no embedded script in the ‘Notes’ view; instead, I’ve used more …

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This is a fairly full collection of tweets over the past few days from the Open Group enterprise-architecture conference over the past few days – more detail on the conference-programme here. It lists most items posted under the #ogrome hashtag: …

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Just received from Open Group the usual stream of invites to the next TOGAF enterprise-architecture conference, this time in Rome, in late April. Perhaps it’s just spring or something (which it isn’t here, of course – ‘here’ being cold, damp, …

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A good Twitter exchange with John Polgreen (thanks John!) set me thinking yet again about the future of TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework). At present, TOGAF is just about the standard for the enterprise-architecture (EA) field, and the recent …

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