This posting is about the most complex object that humankind can come up with; an Enterprise. At least that is what John Zachman states at his one day seminar about Enterprise Architecture (physics 101 – Monday 23rd of August 2010 – Sydney). The first rule for the way of working is defined right at the start: when doing anything with an enterprise or start designing anything for an enterprise; make sure you understand the enterprise...
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Hi! I'm Roelant Vos, working at Allianz Worldwide Partners in Australia. I try to make life easy working with all things data and use this site to share personal ideas and concepts. Feel free to contact me any time!
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