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The following tags are used on this site:

  • Agile. Describes ways of working (WoW) or ways of thinking (WoT) that are evolutionary and collaborative in nature.
  • Agile Modeling. A practices-based method for streamlined modeling and documentation.
  • Announcement. Used to indicate announcements such as my upcoming speaking engagements, new articles, and even new books. These posts tend to be temporary in nature and will be taken down once they are no longer applicable.
  • Architecture. Indicates strategies for architectural modeling and thinking.
  • Artificial intelligence. Describe a technical or societal aspect of AI.
  • Atari. A manufacturer of games and gaming hardware.
  • Augmented work. Technology, typically based on artificial intelligence (AI), is applied to improve the productivity of people.
  • CMMI. Capability maturity model integrated (CMMI), the evolution of CMM.
  • Data. Indicates practices and ways of thinking for addressing data-oriented aspects of your systems.
  • Data driven. Explores issues around decision making involving data.
  • Data privacy. Explores an issue around data privacy. Could describe a technical implementation issue, a modelling technique, or a societal challenge.
  • Data quality. Techniques and ways of thinking (WoT) to enhance the quality of your data.
  • Disciplined Agile. A process improvement toolkit from Project Management Institute (PMI).
  • Documentation. Strategies to persist information over time.
  • Enterprise architecture. Strategies for creating, evolving, and supporting your organization’s overall architectural approach.
  • Java. A mainstream programming language.
  • Object-oriented. Describes a technique or idea that is considered to be object-oriented (OO) in nature.
  • OR mapping. Object-relational (OR) mapping, or ORM, is the linking of classes and their attributes to relational tables and columns respectively.
  • Process improvement. Strategies to improve your way of working (WoW).
  • Programming. An article describing a software coding technique or issue.
  • Project management. Techniques to lead or direct a project team.
  • Refactoring. A small change that safely improves the design or implementation of something.
  • SDLC. System Development Lifecycle, or simply lifecycle.
  • Talent management. Also known as people management or human resources (HR).
  • Teams. Advice about organizing teams or how teams work together.
  • Terminology. Explores how I use one or more terms, focusing on practice rather than theory.
  • UML. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the standard language for object-oriented modeling developed by the Object Management Group (OMG).
  • Unified Process. A family of software processes, including the Rational Unified Process (RUP), Enterprise Unified Process (EUP), and Agile Unified Process (AUP).
  • Usability. Strategies for addressing how people interact with your solutions.