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Enterprise Architecture A to Z: Frameworks, Business Process Modeling, SOA, and Infrastructure Technology Hardcover – Jun 19 2008
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About the Author
Daniel Minoli is one of the most popular authors on the telecom and networking technology shelf, with more than a dozen well-received guides to his credit. The newly appointed CTO of a startup wi-fi ISP, he is the former President and CEO of InfoPort Communications Group; former Director of Engineering and Development at cable giant Teleport Communications Group, now part of AT&T; and a former Senior Member of the Technical Staff at AT&T. His books include the first handbook in the industry, "Telecommunications Technology Handbook." Among his recent works are the highly rated "Web Commerce Technology Handbook; SONET-Based Metro Area Networks;" and "Ethernet-Based Metro Area Networks, " written with Peter Johnson.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
1. Difficult language, stuffed too much for University type lectures
2. Too explanatory and repetitive; especially the first 3 chapters.
3. Dull has no start and end guidelines; very nested discussions
4. Un necessary theoretical formulas and too much of a jargon (for me at least not required)
5. Rich and wealth of information, can be used as a reference for creating strong RFP document
i don't know, i did not like the book, although, am consistent on reading it and finish it to the end, hope will find some more good easy chapters to digest and understand. Good Luck guys
I was hoping for a book that provided analysis and comparison between frameworks and models. For the most part, the book lists out a bunch of buzzwords and defines them. This was all stuff available on the Internet.
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