In the first blog of our series "Business Capabilities: How to win the digital age with a common language for Business & IT", we will be introducing and understanding the term.
In our last blog in the blog series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture", we will address real-time application intelligence and what it's benefits are.
In our 6 blog series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture", we will be talking about the top 6 questions every CIO has for their Enterprise Architects and of course, the answers to these.
In our fourth blog in our 6 blog series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture", we will be talking today about ensuring the success of EA... and in the meanwhile, keeping everyone happy in the process.
Welcome back to our third post in our series about "How to succeed at Enterprise Architecture". In this post we will be talking how to generate immediate results in your Enterprise Architecture and how to get there in just 30 days.
Remember that you can always download our free EA Success Kit to get an indepth view to this topic here.
Each year more and more new languages come out... but there are also some old ones that stick around. Interested in knowing which is which? Check out this amazing infografic from Appdynamics!
As many of you probably know, on May 12th, an international cyberattack started infecting more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries with the worst-hit countries being Russia, Ukraine, India and Taiwan and including many others worldwide. In Europe, some of the worst hit enterprises were Telefonica, FedEx, Deutsche Bahn, Latam Airlines and parts of Britain’s National Health Service.
Have you ever had an amazing idea? That fleeting thought that runs through your head while you are in the shower? Yes? Then I bet that you also forgot about it minutes later as you were running to get dressed to go to your nine to five job… but there are exceptions, exceptions like LeanIX.
As your job interview comes closer, you might become nervous and start browsing all of the sites regarding "What your employer might ask you in a job interview". Usually this search gives you results such as:
"What is your biggest weakness?" or the most recent "modern" questions: "What is your favorite ice-cream flavor?" (which is supposed to result in a very detailed picture of your personality...) But we all know that, when it comes to the chase, the questions that matter are other ones.
We have collected the top 97 most asked questions in Enterprise Architect job interviews. If you are able to answer these with ease, you will have a better chance at securing the job.
If some questions sound alien to you, you can always search in our blogs for the answers!
Well, let's get started!
Being an Enterprise Architect is not a walk in the park, in fact, often it is more complicated than breaking into Fort Knox.