“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
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:
This week some of us will be attending the Open Group Architecture Conference in Austin, Tx. We do so annually, and typically present. This year Ben Sommer is presenting the third in our series on Investigative Architecture – ”The Data Context Diagram.” Read more
July 17-20, 2011 – Austin, Texas
The Open Group Austin 2011 Conference
We were thrilled to present as part of the “EA Frameworks & Tools” track at Open Group Austin 2011! We delivered the third installment in our “Investigative Architecture” series, covering our concept of the “Data Concept Diagram”. See our publications for previous presentations on the topic.