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2014

2012

Sparx Systems releases Enterprise Architect 10

Sparx has release a new version of Enterprise Architect. This tool is by far the best software engineering tool available on the market today. I have been using it as my primary tool for Enterprise and Software Architecture for years now. If you have never checked it out, now is as good as time as any.

Sparx Systems has released Enterprise Architect 9.3 which includes ArchiMate 2.0

Sparx Enterprise Architecture is my tool of choice for software architecture, design, project management, and project planning. This new version offers some really great new features.

2011

Software Systems Architecture: Working With Stakeholders Using Viewpoints and Perspectives (2nd Edition) Book Review

This is the second edition of one of the best books written on software systems architecture. If you are in the software development industry, you should read this book. If you are a Software Architect, you must read this book.

Software Product Line Engineering Resource Kit

I recently decided to update the Product Line Engineering Assets I reuse from project to project. In the past I reused a baseline project that contained a folder structure and the UML stereotypes needed to do Use Cases, Feature, and Static Modeling.

Software Modeling and Design: UML, Use Cases, Patterns, and Software Architectures Book Review

All in all this is a very high quality book packed with very valuable information any architect at an level of experience will benefit from. Hi highly recommend this book!!!!

SDLC 3.0: Beyond a Tacit Understanding of Agile Book Review

This book is a really nice overview of the current state of modern software development processes. There isn't a better collection of information on SDLC in one place that I have seen.

Software Product Lines: Research Issues in Engineering and Management Book Review

Anyone considering venturing into Software Product Line Engineering should read this book. It contains essential information needed to succeed.

Requirements Engineering: Fundamentals, Principles, and Techniques Book Review

It is not common to see a book like this come out in today’s technical book market, or for that matter in any era of the technical book market.

2010

Documenting Software Architectures: Views and Beyond (2nd Edition) Book Review

This book is the bible of documenting software architectures. It is a mandatory read for all software architects.

Just Enough Software Architecture: A Risk-Driven Approach Book Review

All in all anyone interested in Software Architecture would benefit from reading this book. It contains a ton of great information from all the best resources on software architecture and does a great job of putting them into context.

The Ivory Tower Enterprise and Software Architect

I tend to see all the roles in the software field a little differently. I see three classes of individuals at different levels of their career path. One I call the Ivory Tower type of person. The second is an In the Valley type of person. The third is the person in the wrong career path. ...

Applied Software Product Line Engineering Book Review

The authors of this book represent an all-star lineup of the best of the best in the Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) field. They do a great job of providing a snapshot of the current SPLE best practices in the industry today....

2009

New Webinar Series on Software Product Lines has started

The first in a series of 3 Webinars on Software Product Lines is available to watch on line.

The Process of Software Architecting Book Review

If you are involved in software development in anyway, you should read this book. It is the story of how it is supposed to be.

Requirements Engineering: From System Goals to UML Models to Software Specifications Book Review

This is not for the happy go lucky requirements gatherer. It is a detailed breakdown of everything requirements engineering for software intensive systems. It will make you think.