SPaMCAST 62 Tom Graves, Enterprise Architecture, Agile Estimation Part 2
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The interview on Show 62 is with Tom Graves. We discussed
enterprise architecture. Enterprise architecture is more than
an IT phenomenon, architecture defines the enterprise. This
was a great interview.
Tom Graves has been an independent consultant for almost three
decades, in business transformation, enterprise architecture and
knowledge management. Based in Britain, His clients in Europe,
Australia and the USA cover a broad range of industries including
banking, utilities, logistics, engineering, media, telecoms,
research, defence and government. He has a special interest in
architecture for non-IT-centric enterprises, and integration
between IT-based and non-IT-based services.
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The essay is titled part 2 of my essay “Using Functional Metrics in
Agile Estimation”. The essay explains how to integrate the
discipline of functional metrics into agile metrics techniques.
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