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Presentation Chess and the Art of EA available on YouTube

I have given presentations of my story several times in the last years. From guest lectures at a university to conferences (3 hours) to presentations such as the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit (45 minutes). I’ve recorded an audio track with the … Continue reading

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Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture now available as iBook

Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture is also available as an iBook. The price depends on where you are, as iBooks prices are inclusive of tax. However, the book has been priced at roughly two thirds of the paperback … Continue reading

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High-res versions of the pictures in the book available

There are not many images in the Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture book. But the type of paper and the size of the book make some of them only borderline readable. Some people have reported trouble reading them, especially … Continue reading

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Free excerpt of Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture available

I’ve made a free excerpt of Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture available. It contains the Prologue Loosely Coupled Spaghetti, and the Table of Contents. Please go the the home page of the book.

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The Book is available

Just a short note today that the book Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture is  available as a paperback and will over the coming weeks appear on Amazon and other online traders of physical books such as Barnes & … Continue reading

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Low-hanging Cloud

(Sorry, long story. It will return in an appendix in Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture. It’s not related to that book’s main message, it is just an ‘illustration’ used in the book, which I thought would be nice for … Continue reading

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Welcome

Who needs another blog if the one you have is already reasonably successful? Well, I do. That is because that other blog is about the ArchiMate enterprise architecture modelling language and this one is about enterprise architecture in general. And … Continue reading

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