Enterprise Architecture Training Trends (Part One): A Q&A with Chris Armstrong, Armstrong Process Group By The Open Group, Part one of a two-part series.
“Professional development and training is a perpetually hot topic within the technology industry. After all, who doesn’t want to succeed at their job and perform better?
Ongoing education and training is particularly important for technology professionals who are already in the field. With new tech trends, programming languages and methodologies continuously popping up, most professionals can’t afford not to keep their skill sets up to date these days.
The Open Group member Chris Armstrong is well-versed in the obstacles that technology professionals face to do their jobs. President of Armstrong Process Group, Inc. (APG), Armstrong and his firm provide continuing education and certification programs for technology professionals and Enterprise Architects covering all aspects of the enterprise development life-cycle. We recently spoke with Armstrong about the needs of Architecture professionals and the skills and tools he thinks are necessary to do the job effectively today.
What are some of the latest trends you’re seeing in training today?
If I look at the kinds of things we’ve been helping people with, we definitely continue to do professional certifications like… (click to read Part 1 of the Open Group article)”
Enterprise Architecture Training Trends (Part Two): A Q&A with Chris Armstrong, Armstrong Process Group, By The Open Group, Part two of a two part series.
“What are some of the tools that EAs can be using to do architecture right now?
There’s quite a bit out there. I’m kind of developing a perspective on how to lay them out across the landscape a bit better. I think there are two general classes of EA tools based on requirements, which is not necessarily the same as what is offered by commercial or open source solutions.
When you take a look at the EA Capability model and the value chain, the first two parts of it have to do with….(click to read Part 2 of the Open Group article)”