Investigative Architecture: The Data Perspective

July 31, 2011

“Investigative Architecture” is a term we at Systems Flow coined a few years ago for a core, overarching discipline of ours. It describes – and prescribes – the sometimes tedious, but always challenging, process that a working architect employs to locate and absorb information about a problem space in order to create usable, professional visual work products that best communicate a solution. Read more



Open Group Austin – Final Roundup

July 25, 2011

Day three of the Open Group Austin conference rounded out an already great information-sharing week. While the heat continued outside, the hot topics and discussions continued inside!

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Open Group Austin – Day 2 Roundup

July 20, 2011

It was another day of thought-provoking and instructive information exchange at the Open Group Austin conference day 1. Here are the highlights from our perspective:

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Open Group Austin – Day 1 Roundup

July 19, 2011

There was great information & idea exchange at the Open Group Austin conference day 1 presentations. We also participated in lively twitter discussion – check the #ogaus stream for a running commentary from us and other conference participants.

Here are some highlights:

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