Matt Deacon's digestive blog

Architectural ruminations

February, 2006

  • The IASA Foundations Reference Model (FRM) UK Review Group

    Oliver Sims gave a great introduction to the work of the IASA Foundations Working Group to the UK FRM Review Group on Monday evening. I was staggered by the amount of work that is going into this and although still at an early stage I am truly excited...
  • Architect Insight Forums

    We've just set up a forum for discussing Microsoft related events and I've added a thread related to Architect Insight that it should be worth linking to for a while ... I plan to post up any news on the event as it develops as do the 48 speakers plus...
  • Oliver Sims to speak at Insight

    I've just got confirmation that Oliver Sims , one of the contributing member of the IASA Foundations Working Group (which also includes Grady Booch and Scott Ambler) will also be at the Architect Insight event to talk about Removing the Business/IT Gap...
  • Live at DevWeek

    Just thought I'd admit to talking at DevWeek this year ... should be a bit of fun as I only just recently found out they were willing to let me talk about Service Oriented AntiPatterns - a pet topic of mine! I view this more as a group therapy session...
  • UK IASA Annual General Meeting

    If you're following the developments of the IASA in the UK then maybe come along to the AGM on 20th February. In addition Oliver Sims will provide an overview of the IASA Foundations Reference Model which he has worked on over the past year with other...
  • Channel 9 at Insight

    Its just confirmed that Channel9 will be a Architect Insight on the 22/23 March! Ron Jacobs who hosts the podcast on Channel9 called “ ARCast ” will be over to invterview Ivar Jacobsen but will also set up a Channel 9 area to run interviews with speakers...
  • The Microsoft Architect Insight Conference

    So have you heard about this then? The last 6 months plus have been all about putting together some of the most influencial practicing architects in and around the Microsoft space to discuss and debate current architectural thought. And by this I don...