Hitting the nail on the head

Teach yourself Enterprise Architect in Ten Days

November 09, 2012 By: AOM Category: Agile, Software

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?


Now available: Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks – e-Version

January 23, 2012 By: AOM Category: Software, Te Koop, Tips

After the full-color version and the black&white version, both in print, the electronic version is available. The e-version is actually three different versions: PDF, ePub (for iPad, Sony, Nook, etc.) and MOBI (for Kindle).

EA Tricks: Show Namespaces

May 02, 2011 By: AOM Category: Software


By default, Enterprise Architect diagrams show for every element outside the diagram package the name of the package it belongs to. Especially for diagrams with lots of foreign elements, this adds to the clutter and readability suffers.


EA Tricks: A bunch of relations

April 29, 2011 By: AOM Category: Software

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.


Now available: Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks – Black and White version

April 28, 2011 By: AOM Category: Software, Te Koop

The book “Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks” is available in black and white now.



Available now: Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks

December 15, 2010 By: Peter Category: Software, Te Koop

The UML modeling tool Enterprise Architect from Sparx Systems has gained popularity worldwide because it is an affordable yet fairly complete tool, feature-wise. However, the interface is so full of features that it can be hard to find out how to do things. This book is an answer to that need. It contains fifty different features and uses of Enterprise Architect that you probably don’t know, but that can make life as an Enterprise Architect user simpler and more fruitful.frontcover_ea