Some pictures and my presentation on the first European Enterprise Architect in London. 2013 May 15th. What a birthday party!
“By the end of next week…” the words of our sales representative Alyssa ran through my head.
This customer was clearly out of his mind. How could anyone, even an experienced consultant like myself, be able to build a full city map in ten days, documenting the business strategy and processes all the way down to the infrastructure architecture?
I really appreciate Leanpub as a smart way to write and sell books.
Some connectors, like dataflows, allow to indicate “information items conveyed” to them as a label. This can be used to tie information from the information model to process models.
In my work as a business analist for Vinimble, I discovered that there are three main groups of stakeholders, each with their own specific requirements. On the other hand, I also discovered that there are some requirements that are shared by all stakeholders. Let’s model that with Enterprise Architect.
The book “Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks” is available in black and white now.
As a modeling tool, Enterprise Architect is feature-rich, versatile and extensible. This page shows you how to build your family tree with Enterprise Architect, using a toolbox you can download for free below. Use it for fun, or to teach others how to work with the UML modeling tool.
Enterprise Architect users need to remember lots of useful shortcuts in order to be able to work with the rather complex user interface efficiently. This little freeware download will help them to study, use and remember the most useful shortcuts.