After a (too long) hiatus, DataFriday is back. The first episode of the new season was released last Friday, January 14, 2022. It focuses on defining Enterprise Architects and how they are perceived and what they really bring to the enterprise.
I am an enterprise architect. Among the things I work on, I am bridging technology and business at the enterprise level. When I am on the technology side, I am talking to a lot of engineers and architects of various levels. When I am on the business side, I am trying to explain our technology constraints. That’s why I wanted to level-set vocabulary and concepts that I considered critical. I have cut the content into three twenty-minute videos available on YouTube.
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