We are very busy right now, refining our Investigative Architecture Workshop scheduled for next month.
Investigative Architecture is the term we coined back in 2008 for our approach that facilitates the rapid assessment and documentation of ‘as-is’ and proposed IT architectures. Read more
So what is this picture? The unhelpful answer is that it is a photo of a sign with a burlap sack on it. I’d like to say that my community thought it would be a cute Halloween decoration, but I cannot. The truth: it is great example of the “good enough” anti-pattern. Read more
We are excited to offer an interactive workshop on Investigative Architecture.
It is an intensive, interactive one day training for architects, developers and other IT roles who want to take their architectural and diagramming skills to the next level. Practicing architects already understand how important “visual thinking” with diagrams is to driving great design. Yet the landscape of different modeling tools and disciplines can be confusing, and lead us quickly away from the core modeling concerns: clarity and scope.
Investigative Architecture is an approach to “visual thinking” and problem solving that is tool-agnostic and adheres to industry standards. The Investigative Architecture approach can make a critical difference to your stakeholders:
- It empowers you to communicate more clearly.
- It lets everyone focus on facts, not opinions, in situations where debates get heated.
- It’s an impressive and invaluable skill.
|WHEN||Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM|
|WHERE||Courtyard by Marriott,
55 Jefferson Blvd
Warwick, RI 02888
|WHAT||Investigative Architecture (learn more)|
|COST||$595 per participant|