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A blog by Wolfgang PleusMon, 29 Dec 2014 17:08:09 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1Comment on Agile Games Released by Wolfgang
Mon, 29 Dec 2014 17:08:09 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=2283#comment-1239I created a little video to better understand how the app works. You can find it at Agile Games usage video.
Comment on Open Source SOA Article by Shafeeque
Tue, 15 May 2012 11:53:46 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=104#comment-97Hi,from my point of view (and as an open source veondr point of view), the main problem is that there’s no real definition of ESB, each veondr, or even consultant, has its own definition. We’ve met some guys of TIBCO, and for their new product, they gave up to call ESB what we call ESB. ESB means anything.Then, you don’t need ESB for SOA. But it just can save you time/money.1- In development : With a development framework, you avoid losing time on repetitive tasks2- In production : If you have some production needs, like security, high avalability, scalability, monitoring That would be quite long and maybe less stable to create from scratch. And with ESB you can get support from veondrs, which might be essential.Then, it’s clear, ESB is not SOA. 95% of ESB use today is not about SOA, but just classic integration.SOA is not ESB is not that clear to me. It might depends on your definition of ESB. Most of the time, SOA would cost less with an ESB, both for development and production phase. So, most of the time, ESB could be useful in an SOA.Hoping my comment is not too veondr-oriented or marketing-sucker-oriented ^^
]]>Comment on Schema first contract design by Wolfgang
Sat, 03 Mar 2012 18:20:23 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=508#comment-82The tool is Visual Studio 2010. I used it just for the visualization. The schema is created using a simple text editor.
]]>Comment on Schema first contract design by andrew
Sat, 03 Mar 2012 08:58:36 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=508#comment-81what is the tool used in this post?
]]>Comment on Scrum Planning with Enterprise Architect by Wolfgang
Thu, 23 Feb 2012 07:22:05 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=1184#comment-80For me the classic whiteboard is still the most productive tool. But especially distributed teams sometimes need computer based tools as well. It’s probably not obvious to use EA as whiteboard as it is basically a modeling tool. But many companies have it already. And due to its easy-to-use user interface it works quite well even for managing Sprints.
]]>Comment on Scrum Planning with Enterprise Architect by Felix
Wed, 22 Feb 2012 07:15:55 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=1184#comment-79I don’t like the idea to use Enterprise Architect to “model” a Scrum Sprint.
However I like the idea to maintain high level requrements and their dependencies in a tool like EA. A lot of tool commonly used for that like JIRA are able to maintain “lists” but are not good at expressing dependencies and hierarchies. This however is very often important for the Product Owner to find the perfect order and to identifiy risks.
]]>Comment on Beautiful Transformations with Groovy by Combining Groovy and XSLT for Data Transformation « Efficient technology for the enterprise
Thu, 26 Jan 2012 08:42:33 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=954#comment-71[…] Groovy and XSLT for Data Transformation By Wolfgang, on January 26th, 2012 In the blog post Beautiful Transformations with Groovy I described how easy it is to create data transformations with Groovy. But sometimes organisations […]
]]>Comment on Groupthink and Scrum by Trapped in the Comfort Zone « Efficient technology for the enterprise
Thu, 26 Jan 2012 07:49:43 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=843#comment-70[…] in their technology comfort zone. Is that a problem? Sometimes yes, especially when paired with Groupthink, it hinders innovation and production […]
]]>Comment on Agility through Business Process Automation? by BPM Quotes of the week « Adam Deane
Sun, 20 Nov 2011 08:19:55 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=1136#comment-54[…] Business Process Facilitation – Wolfgang Pleus Knowledge workers do not need their processes automated. They need other […]
]]>Comment on Agility through Business Process Automation? by Keith
Thu, 03 Nov 2011 07:23:12 +0000http://www.pleus.net/blog/?p=1136#comment-53Business Process Facilitation is exactly the right concept. The automation frees people for doing knowledge work, and that brings the need for a different approach after things are automated. And you are right, it will be a mixture, not just black or white.