There were 5 blog postings during March (2014):
Every so often I get to attend an online RoundTable with IBM's Bret Greenstein and his systems leadership team, looking at where Systems Engineering is going, at least as far as IBM is concerned. A couple of years ago, IBM was reworking Agile for...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 12th March '14
An Agile Designer - or smarter flow chart
There is a serious governance problem with most IT developments—the code, which is a model of the business implemented by the automated system, doesn't match the requirements model that the business agreed to. There always is a requirements...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 17th March '14
News from the world of data modeling
I was bought up in the era of corporate database and data analysis/modelling, as a DBA in government healthcare and in merchant banking. In my book, understanding the structure and semantics of your data is one of the pillars of good governance....
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 19th March '14
Atego Vantage, not just another tool?
I've been following Atego for some time. Model-based development, systems engineering (systems of systems), standards (OMG UML and SYSML) support—what's not to like? Now it has launched Atego Vantage, which it says is the world’s first...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 21st March '14
Embarcadero acquires ERwin - more news
When I blogged about Embarcadero's acquisition of ERwin, the popular data modelling tool from CA Technologies, I promised to get some comments from Embarcadeo. Well, I've now talked to Steve Haney, VP of Marketing at Embarcadero, and what he says...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 28th March '14
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