In accordance with the long existing friendship between the Association of Enterprise Architects and the Atoll Group, Atoll was invited to present on the monthly gathering of the Hungarian chapter of the AEA. Atoll was the first ever presenter on these monthly occasions of the Association and is following the life of the chapter ever… Read More SAMU case study at Telekom featured on the monthly AEA event
Business is in constant motion. Our operating environment is continuously morphing, competitors rise and fall, fashion changes, technologies emerge and become obsolete, laws and taxes are modified. Successful corporations must follow the trends and be agile in order to adapt to the changing environment. The transformation game – evolution vs. revolution Another article co-authored with… Read More The transformation game – evolution vs. revolution
An article by Péter Lakhegyi and me that looks at business transformation from several angles, pointing out, where modelling your business may be able to help. The transformation game – “Small” changes
Short article about the human aspects of business transformation.… Read More The transformation game – People and change
As I detailed in the last article about my little side-project, for creating a web-based mindmap/task management application, I have gone through several architecture design stages. What that article doesn’t mention, is the amount of refactoring it took in the modules themselves, to reach a working prototype.
They say you cannot teach old dogs new tricks. It has been proven wrong many times, but the idea is, that once you have your own ways, it’s hard to deviate from them.
Last summer I had plenty of time for experimentation. I’ve also had an old development idea I wanted to take on the road for some time. As I was very much stuck in the world of the Java enterprise, I decided to give the “new age” methodologies/technologies a go. I’ll summarize the stages I’ve taken to learn, create and refactor the architecture to it’s current, still non-final stage.
This article will show how the architecture of such a small project evolved from complex to even more complex stages, to reach a very simple final state.… Read More Old dogs and new technologies