Gavin Clarke (Editor @ The Register), Rob Janson (President @ Enterprise Java Australia) and myself are on Mark Jones’ The Scope this week. For loyal Sun customers and industry watchers, it was almost unthinkable – Oracle buying Sun. Sun Microsystems is
The business of IT has changed radically in the last few years. Take Walmart for example. In the 80s Walmart laid the foundations for its future growth by fielding a supply chain data warehouse. The insight the data warehouse fueled
Another week and another collection of interesting ideas from around the internet.
Has SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) finally jumped the shark? After years of hype and failed promises, SOA seems to be in trouble. In a few short months it’s gone from IT’s great savour to something some people think is better
Note: Updated with the slides and script from 2011’s lecture. Is Enterprise Architecture in danger of becoming irrelevant? And if so, what can we do about it? Presented as part of RMIT’s Master of Technology (Enterprise Architecture) course. The Value
Another week and another collection of interesting ideas from around the internet. As always, thoughts and/or comments are greatly appreciated. This issue: Are Apple and Google still “the most innovative companies” in the world? [BusinessWeek] BusinessWeek and Boston Consulting Group