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Published on Thu, 20 May 2010 10:29:27 -0500 Indexed on 2010/05/20 15:42 UTC
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The latest series of ArchBeat podcast programs grew out of another virtual meet-up, held on March 11. As with previous meet-ups, I sent out a general invitation to the roster of previous ArchBeat panelists to join me on Skype to talk about whatever topic comes up.
For this event, Oracle ACE Directors Mike van Alst and Jordan Braunstein showed up, along with Oracle product manager Jeff Davies. The result was an impressive and wide-ranging discussion on the evolution of Enterprise Architecture, the role of technology in EA, the impact of social computing, and challenge of having three generations of IT people at work in the enterprise – each with different perspectives on technology.
Mike, Jordan, and Jeff talked for more than an hour, and the conversation was so good that slicing and dicing it to meet the time constraints for these podcasts has been a challenge.
The first two segments of the conversation are now available.
Part 3 will go live next week, and an unprecedented fourth segment will follow.
These guys have strong opinions, and while there is common ground, they don’t always agree. But isn’t that what a community is all about?
I suspect that you’ll have questions and comments after listening, so I encourage you to reach out to Mike, Jordan, and Jeff via the following links:
- Mike van Alst
Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Business |Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile
- Jordan Braunstein
Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Business | Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile
- Jeff Davies
Homepage | Blog | LinkedIn | Oracle Mix
(Also check out Jeff’s book: The Definitive Guide to SOA: Oracle Service Bus)
ArchBeat’s microphones were there for the panel discussions at the recent Oracle Technology Network Architect Days in Dallas and Anaheim. Excerpts from those conversations will be available soon.
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