Data Visualization for Architects

Links to various tools, personalities, and sites that have helped me become a better presenter and ultimately a better architect. A portion of being a successful architect is influence, and when you are trying to influence a decision maker or educate an organization, why not learn from the best?

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Jesse Myer
A Case for A.I. for E.A.

I believe machine learning and A.I. is the inevitable future of Enterprise Architecture. Let's talk about what's measurable. Architecture road maps become a valuable artifact in almost any major enterprise; and good road maps show the true business benefits along with the technical, and they should be symbiotic.

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Jesse Myer
Seeing the Vertical

I've started asking different questions as an Enterprise Architect than I would have when I was a Developer or even at a different time in my career with less experience. I've found that I can articulate a vision of the organization when asking certain questions, and I call this "seeing the vertical".

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Jesse Myer
Rethinking EA Training

An interesting discussion started on LinkedIn by Nick Malik, a principal architect at InfoSys. Regarding "rethinking EA Training", I happen to agree with him. With a widening gap between "Full Stack Arch" and "IT Strategy" for EA practitioners, we need to keep up!

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Jesse Myer
What Do You Do?

When someone asks me "what do you do for a living?", the question is always hard to answer. Earlier in my career as a developer and engineer, the 'architect' was a mythical figure; a renowned prince or princess that decreed on high the standards on which I worked with, or created the frameworks with what I adhered to.

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Jesse Myer