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.
In a recently published article on cio.de, LeanIX was mentioned due to our study on Microservices. Here is a translation of the complete exposé:
The new year has arrived and now is a good time to get familiar with the CIOs’ key strategic priorities and concerns they have in mind for 2017. The Nomura Holdings CIO Survey does just this by examining their budget priorities for this cycle.
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 very good chance at getting the job... and if some questions sound alien to you, you can always search in our blogs for the answers!
Well, let's get started!
In this blog post we will discuss the main differences between an Enterprise Architect, a Solution Architect and a Technical Architect.
The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR EU (Regulation EU 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of Council of 27 April 2016) is a regulation of the European Union introduced to improve and unify personal data protection of individuals within the European Union. It enters into application in May 2018.
Discussions about the cloud tend to polarize. Some only see the risks to security and privacy, while some suppliers, on the other hand, sell the cloud as a cure-all for all IT issues. It is time to take an objective look at the pros and cons and how Enterprise Architecture (EA) can help you succeed in the age of the cloud.