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Fix it with duct tape – a note on technical dept

Last week I recorded an episode of Architecture Corner on the subject of technical dept. Take a look at: As you’ll see, technical dept is creeping slowly into your realms. You won’t notice anything to begin with; it’s a bit

Posted in Legacy, LeMo

Are your buying habits for sale?

The RadioShack bankruptcy have led to a situation where customer information, that were promised never to leave the company, are now up for sale. Last week, I recorded a video about this and other privacy related issues; e.g. how is the wearables

Posted in LeMo

Why it’s a good idea to deploy 10 times per day

Legacy landscapes and systems are pestered by many things, one being the very long release cycles. Looking at some of the Internet age success companies, deployments don’t happen a few times per year, but rather many times per day. This

Posted in Agile, EA, LeMo

Remaining successful in the Industry 4.0 age

Last week I was speaking at Capgemini’s annual Architecture Week, this time for manufacturing clients. My reasoning was around how you should think when planning for disruption – in essence, how do you as an Enterprise Architect plan for the

Posted in LeMo

So, when do you start your modernisation?

There are a couple of things that almost always are true when I get in touch with an organisation with modernisation needs: It concerns the very core of both the IT landscape and the business operation The system(s) have been there

Posted in Chronicals, LeMo

Retirement home next?

This is a serious and upsetting title, I know – but I see many organisations that need to do some serious planning for their future. Not all have yet understood it, but I’ve come across major Swedish organisations, companies and authorities,

Posted in Chronicals, EA, Legacy, LeMo