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Certified architect

January 13th, 2015 No comments

After a lot of preparation on my application i got invited for the interview to get certified as an architect within Capgemini. As an result of the application and interview i got certified as an Capgemini Business and information architect  

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Overview enterprise architecture certification

December 16th, 2011 No comments

In an nice blog post Mike Walker shows that the importance of a certification in the area of enterprise architecture is growing. Beside underpinning this phenomenon he shows framework in which he positions the different EA frameworks.   He distills foundation frameworks that can be applied in every environment. Next to these foundation frameworks some […]

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Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) recognized by TOGAF as valid Architecture Framework

June 13th, 2011 No comments

  For all of you out there that use or embrace the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF)  there is some good news for you. Today The Open Group officially confirmed that the MSF meets all criteria to be recognized as a valid IT Architecture method and is now listed and available to all architects that want […]

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TOGAF in combination with other frameworks

May 20th, 2011 No comments

TOGAF is a framework for enterprise architecture, but it should always be used with other frameworks or ways of work from involved disciplines. This is also mentioned in TOGAF the Preliminary Phase where you adapt the ADM (more info at: 2.10 Using TOGAF with Other Frameworks) STRATEGIC AND BUSINESS PLANNING:   More info at: […]

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Monty Python- Architect Sketch

April 7th, 2011 No comments

Yesterday during a evening session on nonfunctional requirements a nice video on the life of an architects was shown.  

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